While Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and her critics argue over who's to blame for the glass ceiling -- women or society -- one potential equalizer getting short shrift in the conversation is education, in particular an MBA.
Dean Deborah Merrill-Sands’ Op-Ed is featured in the San Francisco Chronicle, adding to the lively national conversation about Sheryl Sandberg’s best-selling book.
Meet Simone Washington.
Meet Robyn Moss.
University of Pennsylvania, B.A. Psychology, 2007 Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth 2014 Hometown: Calabasas, CA Pre-MBA Work Experience: Actuarial consulting at Ernst & Young in NYC, energy consulting at PowerAdvocate in Boston Why did you decide to pursue an…
Meet Evgenlyna Kalenykh.
As both a career counselor and a mom, I spend much of my day listening to professional women's whispered confessions of guilt, intense debates and about their work-life choices.
Social media and technology may be everywhere, but most business still takes place through conversations.
From open enrollment to closed, alumni-only programs to short executive sessions and longer certificate programs, now there are more, and more varied, continuing education alternatives for you to choose from.
Experts agree that it’s never too early to begin investing in your personal professional development, or building career capital.