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Meet the Students | Full-Time Program MBA Experience | University of Chicago Booth School of BusinessKevin Pueblo, Colorado View Full Profile » Before Booth: Analyst, McKinsey & Company Internship: Founder, Dot-to-Dot Children's Books Webb Greenville, South Carolina Before Booth: Cofounder, DayZipping LLC Internship: Associate, New Capital Partners Sarah Northbrook, Illinois
Our students come from backgrounds in business, consulting, nonprofit organizations, and government — and from dozens of countries.
Peggy Bishop Lane, vice dean of the Wharton MBA Program for Executives, offers advice and criteria to evaluate different EMBA programs. What kinds of things should you be looking at when deciding whether to apply to a particular EMBA program? I'd advise you to look at several factors.
Wharton has made a conscious effort to be broader and it’s reflected in their new curriculum offerings. The breadth of electives, I think, is the largest of any top school.
check the "day in the life" integration by Jun 13
check out lower-right - distinction between private and public by Aug 10
Melissa Valentine & Professor Amy Edmondson Health Policy Management
Our six differentiators Six tenets that make Harvard Business School unique: Rise to the challenge of operating in a global world.
Associate Professor of Business Administration Aldo Musacchio has been in the faculty of HBS since 2004. He is currently an associate professor in the Business, Government, and International Economy Unit (BGIE) and a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). Professor Musacchio’s first research projects focused on how companies can adopt corporate governance practices that protect investors in relatively adverse legal and institutional environments.
Current Research Topics Psychological barriers to organizational learning and leadership effectiveness, self-enhancement and decision making, social barriers to entrepreneurship, industrial agglomerations, community competition
would be great if right hand nav was actually FOR this prof by Jun 13