Business school industry publication Poets&Quants set out to find the leaders MBA students admire most.
John Byrne of Poets & Quants has broken down the numbers and concludes that the MBA job market may be the best ever.
Colleagues at Emory Law School take a look at the value and ongoing importance of dual degrees, and the marriage of business and law practice.
“… the instructor discussed situations and decisions by military leaders during the battle and masterfully tied them into relevant concepts for business leaders.”
Alanna Holman discusses “10 simple steps to survive your last days of your final semester” for the Voice of Goizueta student blog.
Associate Dean for Full-Time MBA Programs Brian Mitchell is excited to bring learnings from his work at Harvard Graduate School of Education back to his role at Goizueta.
Lynne Segall joined Goizueta Business Schoollynne segall in 2015 as the Associate Dean for Management Practice, the experiential learning program in which student teams provide consulting services to a real-life client.
Lauren McGlory is one of Poets&Quants top MBAs for a reason. “Her charisma, organization and management skills, and the respect that she showed and demanded of her peers easily makes her the best student leader that I have worked with in my nearly 12 years at Emory University,” notes program staffer Corey Dortch.
Heidi Laki is one of Poets&Quants top MBAs of 2016. “There are three main sources where Goizueta students seek guidance during their MBA journey: Our faculty, our staff, and Heidi Laki,” notes program dean Brian Mitchell.
CEOs think highly of Georgia and its business climate according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle.