An MBA in human resources (HR) is a two-year degree program designed for HR professionals seeking to gain top qualifications in the recruitment, management, and training of the workforce. Robust HR systems and policies lie at the core of successful companies and institutions everywhere around the world. The concept of HR management evolved out of … Read more
In our earlier post on Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), we had interviewed the Former Head of Admissions of the CUHK MBA Programmes and discussed various aspects of the business school and its flagship MBA programme. Here’s the link: CUHK Hong Kong class profile, ranking, fees, placements, salary, admissions This time, we switch perspectives … Read more
How much can you earn in a Product Management job? The average product manager annual salary in different countries is as follows: Country Salary ($=USD) USA $111,551 UK $65,134 Canada $90,907 India ₹10,05,367 Remember that these are just averages. The salary can increase substantially when you target the right company and have the right degree … Read more
Why do men and women, ranging from young adulthood to the years veering into mid-life, choose to get an MBA degree?
Operations managers make the business processes of their organizations—from sourcing raw materials to production and distribution—clutter free.
Traditionally, finance (and especially investment banking) has captured the cream of the fresh MBA graduate population. As much as even a decade ago, according to what can be perceived from GMAC’s corporate recruiter surveys published each year, consulting and finance shared the most hires with information technology somewhere in the lower mix. But with changing … Read more
The brainchild of two eminent leaders of the business world, ISB is a one of a kind business school. In that, it is not only one of the few Indian b-schools offering a GMAT based MBA program for non-freshers with 3-5 years of work experience. It is also, happily, the only Indian b-school to have … Read more
In business school jargon, ‘feeder’ or ‘target’ programs are those that you can target to get into specific industries such as investment banking, consulting, technology or any other sector you may have in mind. In contrast, non-target or non-feeder schools are those that aren’t considered primarily for their focus on a particular sector you’re targeting. … Read more
The MBA class of 2020 recorded a whopping average pay package of $176,083 at Stanford, $175,148 for NYU – Stern and $173,882 for Tuck – despite the tough economic crisis created by the ongoing pandemic. Does it make you wonder why MBA graduates right out of business schools get paid such high salaries compared to … Read more
In today’s rapidly evolving business environment, technology and technological innovation has become the key for the successful operation and expansion of businesses. Unlike other industries, the technology sector has witnessed a continuous growth over the past decade. Digital disruption continues to penetrate across industries. Companies need to constantly adapt or reinvent their business processes and … Read more
Investment bankers are among Wall Street’s most sought-after professionals. On behalf of their employers—that is, investment banks — they facilitate financial services and transactions, such as mergers, acquisitions, debt/equity financing, and initial public offerings, for their client companies. Investment bankers help companies assess their positioning and provide defense to managements for their policies and decisions. … Read more
For most MBAs, a job in a Fortune 500 company or another corporate behemoth is the career goal. Many others settle for well-paying positions in smaller companies. A few—very few—dare to follow their dream: entrepreneurship. Here’s why many bschool grads may never launch a startup. Taking a risk by launching a business isn’t always the … Read more