Tag Archives: Financial Times

Social Media Influences Curricula, Affects Applicants

MBA students and applicants live and breathe through social media, which is a good thing, considering the growing demand in the business world for employees with honed social media skills. According to a recent Financial …

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Narrow Focus Threatens B-Schools, Says Kellogg’s Dean Blount

As more and more business schools attempt to deliver graduate management education at lightening speed, the unpleasant side effect tends to be a limited focus on cultivating complex thinkers and not enough emphasis on …

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Stacy Blackman Consulting in the News

We are in the news this week! Economist – Application Dos and Don’ts Economist again – Essay Tips Financial Times – How to choose MBA programs to apply to

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Spotlight On: Yale SOM Silver Scholars MBA Program

Each year, Yale School of Management admits a select group of college seniors to a three-year MBA program called the Silver Scholars Program, created in 2001 to celebrate Yale University’s tercentennial and the 25th anniversary …

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Stacy Blackman’s Blog Ranks in Top Five MBA Blogs

Stacy Blackman Consulting is proud to announce our ranking as one of the Top Five Online MBA Blogs, as determined by MBAprograms.org. Coming in at number five, here’s what they have to say about our …

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More MBAs Put Their Business Savvy to Work for Non-Profits

The notion of using a management degree to do good while doing well is growing in popularity on today’s business school campuses, where an ever-increasing number of MBAs are putting their business savvy to use within …

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