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Inspired By An MBA Project, This Woman Created India's Largest Pre-School And Daycare Chain

When she was a mid-career MBA student at the London Business School in 2005, Priya Krishnan was asked to write her own obituary, an unusual assignment by most means. But the assignment inspired her and provided a sturdy foundation for her future business.

Break Out of Your Old Music Habits

New Artist Model - Online Music Business School for Indie Artists Break Out of Your Old Music Habits One of the greatest challenges any musician faces is the plateau. We all know what it is like. You finally start regularly practicing,...Show More Summary

Free Entry To Exclusive Chicago MBA Information Fair

Business schools put a lot of resources into reviewing MBA applicants against stringent and demanding criteria, because of course they're looking for the most suitable candidates for their programs. Are you being just as rigorous in your MBA program research and selection? Do you have your sights set on the best-fit business school for your course of study? [ more › ]

How to Jam and Play with Anybody

New Artist Model - Online Music Business School for Indie Artists How to Play and Jam With Anybody Trust Your Ear  One of the hardest barriers to jumping in and playing with other people is the perception that there is a “right” and a “wrong” way to play music. Show More Summary

Meet the 35-year-old who went from a kitchen-table startup to becoming a major tech CEO

DAVOS, SWITZERLAND — Demet Mutlu launched her e-commerce company from her kitchen table as a student at Harvard Business School while studying for an MBA and is now the CEO of the largest employers in e-commerce in Turkey. Mutlu dropped...Show More Summary

The 9 most competitive countries in the world for doing business in

Business school INSEAD has released its annual "Global Talent Competiveness Index" (GTCI), an annual benchmarking report that measures the ability of countries to compete for talent. High ranking countries share key traits, including...Show More Summary

How moral are you based on the countries you’ve visited? – quiz

Try our quiz and discover a surprising link between worldwide travel and your morals Moral values are notoriously tricky to measure. But the findings of a 2016 study conducted at INSEAD Business School suggest a surprisingly simple way to do so. Show More Summary

A Harvard business professor explains a legal form of 'insider trading' in America

Eugene Soltes is a professor at Harvard Business School as well as the author of "Why They Do It", which focuses on white-collar crime. He spent seven years speaking with some of the biggest white-collar criminals in history. Here he...Show More Summary

Voices from the January-February 2017 Issue

Roger Martin of Rotman School of Management, Paul Zak of Claremont Graduate University, Clayton Christensen of Harvard Business School, comedian Jerry Seinfeld, and HBR Editor-in-Chief Adi Ignatius respectively discuss customer loyalty, the neuroscience of trust, entrepreneurship in Africa, the source of innovation, and the new, hefty magazine. Show More Summary

Yet More Evidence an MBA Is a Bad Investment

A new study reveals that corporate recruiters think business schools are teaching the wrong things.

An HBS alum explains why he walked away from what seemed like a dream job on Wall Street

Andres Engel started out following a pretty linear career path. The University of Miami finance and accounting double major went from working for Morgan Stanley on Wall Street to earning his MBA at the Harvard Business School, as heShow More Summary

Side Hustle & Bustle: Hiver CEO Raises Capital While Working Full-Time

When Sommer began her Executive MBA at The London Business School, she set out to better herself. She ended up hatching an idea in her New Technology Ventures course—which has now become Hiver. An entrepreneur, that still has a job, is born.

The credibility of the business school and the new Carnegie paradigm

In a Financial Times article that appeared in 2014, British leadership scholar David Collinson argued that the introduction of '"McDonaldised" US-style audit cultures stifled rather than enhanced the quality of research in business schools in the UK. Show More Summary

Stop Guessing and Learn the Language of Music

New Artist Model - Online Music Business School for Indie Artists When you pay attention to everything that’s going on around you, you’ll be surprised what you hear. Stop guessing what the chords might be Instead, learn about keys and harmonic function. Show More Summary

“The Habit of Daily Exercise Was Probably the Most Important and Unexpected Thing I Learned at Business School.”

Interview: Kim Scott. I’ve known Kim for many years. She and I (and my husband Jamie, too) worked at the Federal Communications Commission together. After that job, I switched to being a full-time writer, and she worked in a bunch of...Show More Summary

Toxic bosses are bad for your health and bad for your reputation

(British Psychological Society) These are the key findings of a research team from the University of Manchester's Business School. Lead researcher Abigail Phillips will present the findings today, Friday, Jan. 6, at the British Psychological Society's annual conference of the Division of Occupational Psychology in Liverpool.

The Quest to Become a Better Musician

New Artist Model - Online Music Business School for Indie Artists Time, Tonality and Harmony We all want to improve as musicians, but it can be hard to identify clear ways to improve. Just starting to practice on a regular basis can help you enormously, but it can also be a real challenge. Show More Summary

7 Common Sense Tips That'll Improve Your Life Right Away

Whether you're a startup CEO, intern, or business school student, common sense is uncommonly useful and helps you remain savvy and successful.

Hedge fund managers' sports car ownership predicts their unwise risk-taking

4 weeks agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

In "Sensation Seeking, Sports Cars, and Hedge Funds" Three business school researchers analyze a huge data-set of previous and current hedge-funds that have been hand-matched with the vehicle-ownership records of the funds' managersShow More Summary

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