Read More About: Entrepreneurship Evolving, MBA Exchange Programs, and the MBA and Master’s in Finance Debate
MBA News & Around the Web Blog – #70
This week’s stories: The Evolution of the Entrepreneurial Leader, Too Old For An MBA? Meet Grads Who Did The Executive Version Of The Degree, and Why an MBA Still Trumps a Master’s in Finance in Banking
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Here are the findings for the week prior to June 25th 2018
The Evolution of the Entrepreneurial Leader
“The Latin phrase ‘ex nihilo’ means ‘out of nothing,’ and it is most often associated with the concept of creation. This phrase perfectly defines the journey of the entrepreneurial leader.
Entrepreneurial leaders are a relentless, seek-and-solve breed of innovators.”
Are MBA Exchange Programs Worth the Time and Effort They Require?
“Politically, the past few years have seen the world move away from its postwar push for globalization and ever-closer union. However, this hasn’t been the case for the business sphere, with the drive towards borderless, truly global commerce very much alive and on the rise.”
Why an MBA Still Trumps a Master’s in Finance in Banking
“A decade ago, an MBA was clearly the top qualification to have if you wanted to start down the path toward a high-level job in banking. Then quietly, more top business schools began offering an alternative: the cheaper, more technical masters in finance degree.”