June 16, 2008
Stacy Blackman’s Weekly Links
Larry Chiang at GIGAOM has come up with a list of all-important business skills in 9 Things Stanford B-School Won’t Teach You.
In lions and leopards and hyenas, oh my!, student bloggers from Haas’ International Business Development course share some fascinating photos from their survey work for COMACO in Rwanda.
Tinydancer provides some great Kellogg MBA application advice, suggesting that candidates focus on four key traits: teamwork, community, leadership and uniqueness.
In school shortlisting, Veni Vidi Vici admits to procrastinating when it comes to working on his essays, even though the questions from each school change little over time. In this excerpt from his so-called “thought document,” he lays out what he wants from an MBA.
Umer Khan has come to the realization this week that a Wharton MBA is hard. With all there is to do, students also working full time are feeling the time crunch. His compromise? Cutting some corners here and there and figuring out the most effective learning techniques…for him.
In a guest post on the Tulane University Freeman School Blog, Chilean Max Correa shares what the job search is really like for an international student.