Great questions deserve great answers. If you're in the process of investigating full-time MBA programs, my guess is you've already started formulating your answer to this particular question. Why? You'll have to answer it on each admissions application you submit. Self-knowledge (values, traits, talents, flaws, goals) is key to selecting the right program for you.
Last Friday I attended my first accounting research seminar. The weekly accounting research seminar is hosted every Friday noon at Fisher, where business researchers across the country (mostly professionals from different schools) are invited to present their recent findings.
“I look at my schedule for the week, a presentation, a research case due, a quiz. Definitely no time for a “formal” workout before the Fisher Winter Games. What if I play the “MBA beast” Mike Hrostoski (sorry Mike, you sound really scary), and what if Prof. Inks aims the dodgeball at me? No, no, I should really squeeze sometime to at least warm myself up for the Winter Game.” The above was what I put down (but not posted) before the Fisher Winter Games held on last Friday. And related information about Mike and Professor Inks can be found at Mike’s blog below.
I know it's been a while, loyal readers /skimmers! As I'm sure you've realized from other bloggers, one of the two really excellent times during a quarter is just wrapping up - MIDTERMS! To satisfy your curiosity, the other really excellent time is FINALS! Of course, I'm being slightly sarcastic, but in truth, it is exciting to show all the professors what I've learned so far. And the feeling once all the midterms are over... nearly priceless. So let's have a recap of what's been happening recently. The good news: