Tag Archives: New York Times

Too Much of a Good Thing

This knowledge nugget comes to you courtesy of the Blacklight. Enjoy! If asked to name some of your core strengths, would attributes like these make the list? Driven Direct Easygoing Detail-oriented Cooperative Inquisitive Now, what if …

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Gender or Social Gap: What’s the Real Issue at HBS?

The front page story on gender equity at Harvard Business School published in Sunday’s New York Times has caused quite a commotion among business school students, faculty, applicants, and the public at large. The article …

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Brighter Job Prospects for MBAs

Earlier this week, a piece in the New York Times reported that the job market seems to be stabilizing for business school students. “There’s reason for students to be optimistic,” says Tracy Handler, a spokeswoman …

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The Liberal Arts Approach at B-School

Roger Martin, the new dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, has a radical idea for business education: that students need to learn how to think critically and creatively every …

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MBAs Combine Doing Good With Doing Well

More and more prospective MBA students are showing interest in programs that focus on social entrepreneurship, as evidenced by Monday’s special report in the New York Times, MBA’s Guide Socially Concerned Entrepreneurs. “With the current …

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