Starting in August 2009, the Gisma Business School in Hannover will offer a new part-time MBA program for junior managers in Northern Germany. Graduates of the “Young Professional MBA Program” receive an MBA degree from the Leibniz University Hannover.
“Of course I’ve had to develop my leadership style over the years.” Steve Ballmer looks back on just under 30 years in Microsoft management in a discussion with students from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
When Philip Delves Broughton abandoned his career as a journalist and joined Harvard Business School’s MBA course for two years of taxing case studies and excel shortcuts, he couldn’t have told you what OCRA was, other than a vegetable, or whether discount department stores make more money than airlines.
QS Ltd, host of the World MBA Tour, has published a new study on trends and motivations of international MBA applicants. The report is based on a survey of more than 1,000 MBA candidates who visited the QS World MBA Tour in fall 2007 and spring 2008.
“How do you educate to transform?” In celebration of its 100 year anniversary, the Harvard Business School is shedding light on its academic achievements, learning methods, technology and even its classrooms with an interactive web special.