Operations managers make the business processes of their organizations—from sourcing raw materials to production and distribution—clutter free.
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
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
A joke goes around that when an interviewer asked a job candidate why he wanted to work for the recruiting company located in a seaside city, he replied without hesitation: “I want to work here as I really love going to the beach and playing in the sand!”
The first response when you ask a product manager (PM) in a tech company to describe a typical day at work is, most likely, “There is no typical day; every day is different.” You may think, “How helpful!” But that’s what it is. There is really no typical day.
GPA (grade-point average) evokes mixed feelings among students. For those who have earned high grades, GPA is a ticket to a bright future. For those with low grades, it is a demon waiting to crush their job prospects. The reality about GPA is somewhere in between: some companies, including a few of the most prestigious … Read more
Ask any international MBA student (or aspirant) about their top concerns about studying in the United States and you’ll find two that pop up frequently. At the pre-MBA stage, it’s financing. During and after the MBA, it’s about (not) having enough time in the U.S. to search for the right job.
Business administration degrees are very popular due to the versatility and flexibility they offer, in terms of the career options and diversity of topics in the curriculum. We’ve discussed in detail the various international post-graduate business administration degrees (read
An MBA from a good business-management school can set up a career like no other postgraduate degree can. Not just for management jobs, this postgraduate degree is an ideal qualification for many other positions, too. Here’s a condensed selection of jobs that require an MBA.
Simply put, an asset manager’s job is to make sure that the savings/assets/investments of clients grow, whether the clients are super-rich or are working-class people hoping to lead a dignified life after retirement. Asset managers choose the investments that their clients could make—stocks, bonds, pension funds, retirement funds, hedge funds, institutional investments, retail investments, insurance, … Read more
Fundamentally, asset management involves managing money that other people have, and investment banking is about raising money that companies want but don’t have. It becomes more complicated as you try to explain the terms in detail. So, let’s touch upon just the basics here. Investment banking (IB) involves raising financial capital for companies, government, and … Read more