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Researching Faculty at Washington, D.C. MBA Programs

May 29, 2013

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Can you remember what your best learning experience was in your lifetime? Which class taught you the most? What one thing made the difference in your learning? If you think back on all the years of education you’ve experienced in your life from Kindergarten to now, most people would answer that a good teacher made […]

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Get the most from your MBA: Practice leadership

April 19, 2013

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Many employers tell us that what they are looking for from MBA program graduates is simply put, leadership.  That is, upon graduation will the MBA graduate be able to effectively plan, influence others to get on board with the plan and then effectively adapt to inevitable change?  The Mason MBA program not only offers courses […]

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Mason Part-time MBA in top 100 MBA Program Rankings

April 3, 2013

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George Mason graduate and undergraduate business programs have consistently been ranked in the top 100 of U.S. News & World Report’s business program rankings.  The Mason Part-time MBA has been ranked in the top 100 the past three years with the 2014 U.S. News & World Report “Best Part-Time MBA” program rankings being no exception. […]

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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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