Dis-orientation in Tahoe
Before first-year MBA students begin classes here at the GSM, they must first undergo a 2-week process called “Orientation,” in which introductions are made, lessons in Excel and PowerPoint are taught, resumes are crafted, and bonds are formed. All important stuff.
By the time these students hit the end of their second and final year in the program, they undergo a decompression process — one called “Dis-orientation,” which general fun totally unrelated to any school or career activity is had.
This year, the second-years held Dis-orientation in Tahoe. And amazingly — wonderfully — it snowed! In the middle of May! When we weren’t out playing or BBQing in the snow, we were inside playing board games, card games, video games, and the like. Some pics from the weekend: