One of the things I looked forward to about business school was entering my first class to meet my cohort. How drastically different would we be? What points of views would we share despite how different our backgrounds were? These questions raced through my head coming into the Sacramento Part-Time MBA program.
Since becoming an UC Davis MBA Ambassador, I was frequently asked “Why did you choose UC Davis?” Like everyone who applies to business school, I had specific preferences. One of my top considerations was to find an MBA program with small class sizes. I’d like to share the top four reasons why I chose the UC Davis MBA program.
There is a lot of anxiety out there about talking to employers and gaining their support for your MBA. In our recent “How to pay for your MBA” webinar series, Senior Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, James Stevens walks potential applicants through the basics of how to navigate these important conversations.
Modern humans - Homo sapiens sapiens - have notably big heads - with large brains inside. When lined up next to chimpanzees, gorillas, baboons and other primates humans have proportionally larger skulls and brains, and smaller rib cages and jaws.
With Time Warner deal, AT&T aims to be mobile entertainment powerhouse. Professor Hemant Bhargava analyzes the value of the merger and how the media and entertainment industry is deep in the throes of disruption.
Google recently announced a major move into several hardware products: Google Pixel (smartphones), Daydream View (virtual reality), Google Home (digital home) and Google Assistant (AI-based personal assistant).
Companies are experiencing an enormous loss of talent at the executive, management and supervisory levels. Is your company ready for the succession planning that must take place to be successful in the coming years?
It was a lot of fun attending Apigee’s “Adapt or Die” event on September 27 in the heart of San Francisco, and speaking on the panel “Who Ubers Who: How to Survive and Thrive in a Digital World of Mash-Ups, Matchmakers, and Marketplaces.”