Tomorrow will be the fifth time we meet for class and things are starting to pick up. I have my first MBA 870 midterm on October 20th and my team is in the process of picking a project for MBA 812. Not only that, but work has been very busy and my social calendar is very busy this month as I have stated before. In order to get my work done, I am going to need to make it over to the library for a few hours on Saturday and Sunday morning.
I was so excited to meet him the first day of class. He was intriguing, logical, and extremely diverse. I’ve been getting to know him better over the past two weeks and even though he is all of the above, our relationship already seems to be hitting some of those normal bumps in the road. He seemed so clear in the beginning and then, BAM, he became very confusing. I never know what he is trying to get at. Ugh!
Porter’s Five Forces model: In accordance with Porter's view, there are five basic competitive forces that affect the competition within an industry. The five forces are threat of competitors, entry, substitutes, suppliers and buyers.
I don't like the cold. I think MA's EPI presentation with his 3-year-old was the best ever, especially due to PC's tears. I'm going to Minneapolis this weekend (and missing sangria pitchers). I want to go shopping. I think people should speak up in class. I can't believe people are actually reading these posts. I hope my brain doesn't give up on me. I think that the picture on this page should be changed. So there. "And again, we talk about cultural differences..." -- Prof. Inks