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For College Grads, A-List Employers: Interactive Graphic For College Grads, A-List Employers: Interactive Graphic Which employers are at the top of college grads' collective wish list? That's the question Universum USA set out to answer with its survey of more than 60,000 U.S. college students. What it found was that students with different career goals have markedly different ideas about what makes for an ideal employer. To find out just how different, use the pull-down menu to sort the list below by one of the seven personality types or five fields of study identified by Universum, then check off one of the employers for that group.
Quand on sort d’école de commerce on ne sait pas grand chose à part qu’on a le droit à tel ou tel type de poste dans telle ou telle entreprise à tel niveau de rémunération: consultant, product manager, contrôleur de gestion, chargé d’affaires, sales manager…Ce sont des postes à « fortes responsabilités », des postes de manager… Rien d’étonnant puisque ces écoles de commerce sont devenues maintenant des écoles de management! ça fait pas rêver! Quand on sort d’une école de danse on veut être danseur, quand on sort d’une école de management on veut être manager! Le problème c’est qu’aucune startup n’a besoin de manager ni dans l’équipe fondatrice ni ailleurs. On a besoin de stars pas de managers On a besoin de stars pas de managers
The Next Big Thing: Which VC Firms Hold Top Bragging Rights? - Venture Capital Dispatch The Next Big Thing: Which VC Firms Hold Top Bragging Rights? - Venture Capital Dispatch By Scott Austin Today, The Wall Street Journal published its second annual list of the 50 most-promising venture-backed companies. So naturally, Venture Capital Dispatch wanted to find out which venture capital firm owns the most bragging rights. Martin O To be eligible for “The Next Big Thing” list, companies must have received an equity round of financing in the past three years and be valued at less than $1 billion, as the aim is to identify lesser-known contenders (so no Facebook, Groupon, Twitter, etc.).
After having been a tech executive for many years, I needed to take a break, and I wanted to give back to society. Duke University engineering dean Kristina Johnson gave me a great spiel about how the school’s Masters of Engineering Management program churns out great engineers, and how engineers solve the world’s problems. She said that I could make a big impact by teaching engineering students about the real world and encouraging them to become entrepreneurs. Friends Don’t Let Friends Get Into Finance Friends Don’t Let Friends Get Into Finance
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Social Media Week : le e-Commerce est mort, vive le Social Commerce Social Media Week : le e-Commerce est mort, vive le Social Commerce Social Commerce, building “a social layer on top of online commerce”, “turning products into conversations”, is attracting big funding, big buzz and generating big revenue.
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