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What you will learn in the Mason MBA Program

July 16, 2013

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You may be thinking about getting an MBA. You may have already sent in applications. As you research MBA programs, you’ll likely start with program websites, but where do you do from there? How do you get a sense of what you will learn and if the MBA program fits your career goals? The best […]

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The Ultimate Dilemma: Part-time vs. Full-time

November 2, 2010

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Working as a recruiter for an MBA program with both a full-time and part-time program, I frequently get asked the question: “should I apply for the full-time program or the part-time program?” I often find myself saying: “it really depends.” One of the many benefits of Mason’s MBA programs is that there is no academic […]

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Wall Street, New York Residency Fall 2010

October 8, 2010

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New York. “City that never sleeps” and “financial capital of the world,” are a couple clichés that come to mind when one thinks of New York. The MBASA organized a residency for MBA students to visit the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Federal Reserve Bank of New York (The Fed), Paulson & Co., and Grant […]

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First Day Jitters

September 10, 2010

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The first day jitters always affect me when attending a new school. My first week in Mason’s MBA Program was no different! The small class size and the familiarity of my peers were very helpful in calming my nerves. Although I was in a new place, learning unfamiliar things, the overall feel of the Mason […]

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The Apology Tool in the Leadership Toolbox

March 5, 2010

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Tiger Woods did it. Al Haig didn’t do it. Belatedly, John Edwards did it. Akio Toyoda has had to do several times in his short tenure as Toyota’s president. An apology is the tool in the leader’s toolbox that he or she doesn’t want to use. Leaders prefer denial to apology and often utilize denial […]

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