#ICYMI – Metro MBA Trends 03.05.16
Welcome back to our weekly series, #ICYMI: Metro MBA Trends, where we round-up the hottest posts from the past week (in case you missed them). So, without further ado, here are the top 5 posts:
When done wisely, Happy Hour can be a great networking tool. It’s a wonderful opportunity to connect with coworkers after-hours and to increase your professional network.
Meeting up for drinks is a great time to build relationships with people who you wouldn’t normally interact with in the classroom or at the office. It’s also easier to talk about something other than how stressed you feel when drinks and food are involved.
It’s probably the last thing you want to think about. You’re utterly swamped trying to wrap up your undergraduate degree or you’re trying to convince your boss to be flexible as you pursue your MBA. How can you possibly squeeze in community service too?
Columbia Business School (CBS)’s website recently published new research that offers tangible solutions for increasing workplace diversity. This is an especially hot-button topic in the realm of show business ever since the 2016 Oscars contenders were widely decried throughout the media as demographically homogeneous.
Ethics in entrepreneurship cannot be overlooked, according to the co-founder and former Home Depot CEO, Bernard “Bernie” Marcus at Temple University’s Fox School of Business.
Seattle University became an exclusive dance club for 16 hours February 20 and 21. The reason, to raise money for Seattle Children’s Hospital’s Uncompensated Care Fund and Strong Against Cancer Initiatives. With a $100-minimum cover charge, and pumping music, students danced their way to over $110,000 in donations for miracle children.