“The finance and accounting background is necessary—and you learn so much about managing people, problem solving, and business that is not as tangible but is so valuable.”
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MBALauncher Divinity Matovu begins University of Pennsylvania's Wharton MBA program this fall with a focus on finance and entrepreneurial management.
Identifying and closing both performance and opportunity gaps in the workplace are the keys to success.
How do you get from where you are today to where you ultimately want to be? You could climb the ladder in a traditional sense or lattice your way to your desired job. Find out the pros and cons of each method.
Debra Coleman briefly tried working in a school…and in a corporate law office…and in a law firm that collected delinquent taxes. “I had no idea what I wanted to do!” she recalls. Graduating from Williams College with a liberal arts…
Rather than adopt a general mentorship relationship between one or two people, consider fostering a "Board of Directors" - your team of mentors with a wide range of perspectives and pertinent feedback.
Nicole shares four key elements to find success starting in your summer internship and your future career.
Caroline reflects on the passing of one of her grade school teachers and realizes that mentorship still positively affects her life today.
From studying for the GMAT to starting a school savings account, Tyeisha shares a few highlights and insights acquired from the Forté MBALaunch program as a participant and ambassador of the inaugural class.
The women Helen grew to know through MBALaunch made the world of business school and MBA admissions — which only a few months before had seemed intimidating and alien — small and filled with familiar, helpful faces.