Tag Archives: BNET

And the MBA Goes To…

Just wanted to point you to some thoughts I posted on our blog on BNET regarding the role age can play in the MBA admissions process.  I am frequently asked the question, “Am I too …

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Interview with Kellogg’s Professor Loffler

Check out this week’s professor profile in our Back to B-School blog on BNET.  Jeremy Dann spoke with Kellogg’s Professor Loffler about healthcare reform (a topic I am personally passionate about!). View Part 1 and …

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Arrogant MBAs, Is an MBA Worth It &The Improved Economy

The arrogance of MBAs, the new and improved economy and is an MBA degree worthwhile?  I discussed some of these controversial topics in a BNET post today.  I was responding to comments such as “MBA …

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Career Paths for MBAs in the Downturn

It’s no secret that times have changed just a bit in the past year.  And now current MBAs are faced with smaller numbers of on campus recruiters, fewer companies, fewer jobs.  Ouch.  That dream job …

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Can Entrepreneurship Be Taught?

A couple of weeks ago I posted on our Back to B-School blog on BNET about whether someone can be taught how to be an entrepreneur.  Today I continued the conversation.  Ultimately I do think …

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Teaching Entrepreneurship

As you may know, I write for BNET’s Back to B-School blog, in addition to this blog on our Stacy Blackman site.  Today I wrote a more personal post about my experience as an entrepreneur …

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