It’s not always essential to have a degree in finance to have a successful career in banking.
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Part of Allen's appeal is that -- in a world filled with lingo-laden, business motivational gurus -- her messages are backed with statistical collateral.
Smith, as President and CEO of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, combines a physician's skill and caring with the strategic sense needed to run an organization.
Other people simply have gut feelings. MetLife executive Lisa M. Weber has the guts to do something about them.
Joyce Mullen, Vice President of Services/Sales Operations at Dell, had no idea she was going to pursue her MBA after graduating from Brown University with a degree in International Relations.
With a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Vanderbilt and experience in Democratic politics, Jennifer Scully seems an unlikely vice president of private wealth management for Goldman Sachs.
Finding balance in your life and a good fit in your workplace are greater attributors to success than anything else, believes Cathy L. Williams, former CFO of Shell Canada and MBA ’77 Queen’s University.