One book comes to the conclusion that if business students don’t understand the world in which they are doing business, they will lose out to savvier competitors.
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As challenging and trying as these transition years were for me, I consider them a necessity that finally led me to success.
Christopher McDowell, MD, MBA’19, returned to his medical school alma mater to build a new emergency medicine residency program.
Trauma surgeon Brian Brewer, MD, MBA’19, wanted to gain a greater understanding of business in order to lead in hospital administration.
Networking is a common practice in business — perhaps as ubiquitous as spreadsheets — but it’s used less frequently to advance within the medical community.
For Jayce Everling, BS'20, human resources is about putting the right people in the right jobs with the right tools and resources to succeed.
“This is our chance to do a case study all by ourselves – and not only crack that case study all by ourselves, but we get to see a company implement our recommendations.”
It's because of resilient and gritty parents, and teachers and role models who cared about me, believed in me and wanted me to succeed. That’s why I do all I can to give my students what I was given: someone who cares about them and their success.
Kelley undergraduate student Julie Pettypool shares how her experience at the Hesselbein Global Academy was a life-changing experience.
If Franqlin Gatson, MBA’20, had an office, it’d be in the weight room.