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South Hills School of Business – Technology – Official website of South Hills School

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Small
Classes

“Impersonal” simply isn’t in our vocabulary. At South Hills, you’ll never get lost in the crowd – or the shuffle. Our small classes allow for plenty of personal attention from your teachers. And our exceptionally responsive staff is here to answer all your questions and provide you with the tools you need to succeed.

Extraordinary
Teachers

Any school is only as good as its teachers, and ours are truly outstanding. South Hills’ faculty have won awards for excellence in teaching for 6 times in 7 years. And with their uncommonly deep experience working in the field, our teachers are great professional mentors, too.

Practical
Curriculum

“No fluff; no filler!” That’s South Hills’ academic motto number one. “Learn by doing!” is number two. All our programs deliver the material you really need to know to launch a successful career in your chosen field. And we believe the best way to do that is through hands-on, project-oriented learning.

Career
Placement

Our ultimate goal is to prepare you for fulfilling employment in your chosen field. Our dedicated Career Services staff will assist you to finding an appropriate internship at the end of your studies, and will continue to help you throughout your working life to find the best match for your skills and passions.





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LBS at Harvard Business School – Lauder Business School #business #consultant

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LBS at Harvard Business School

LBS Faculty Members Participate at the MOC Faculty Meeting Under the Auspices of Harvard University Professor Michael E. Porter

Professor Michael E. Porter, one of the world’s leading business scholars, welcomed LBS as a ‘rookie’ to the Microeconomics of Competitiveness (MOC) affiliate network. The MOC network includes more than 100 major business schools from 65 countries across the globe. Based at Professor Porter’s Institute of Strategy Competitiveness at Harvard Business School, the network promotes scholarship, research and capacity building on some of the key concepts of Michael Porter’s groundbreaking scholarship: strategy, competitiveness of firms and nations, economic prosperity, and the significance of clusters.

LBS master students will see immediate benefit from the school’s participation in the MOC network. Every IML and BFC student will explore the impactful ideas of MOC, in courses taught by experienced MOC scholars and LBS faculty members Professor Pablo Collazzo and Professor Christopher Kummer. These intense courses are designed on the highly engaging case teaching method developed at Harvard Business School.

LBS furthermore envisages to set up an Institute for Competitiveness on the school’s premises to bring together international experts and local decision-makers from the business and public sector.

In December 2014 LBS faculty members as well as Head of International Relations Professor Elisabeth Kübler take part in the annual MOC faculty meeting at Harvard Business School, Boston, Massachusetts. The meeting encompasses inspiring lectures by Professor Porter and global leaders who put the idea of competitiveness into business and policy practice.





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Business Week: Cameron School of Business: UNCW #new #businesses

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UNC Wilmington Presents

The 34th Annual
Business Week
March 29th and 30th, 2016

nCino CEO Pierre Naud with UNCW student; Photo: UNCW

The University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Cameron School of Business held its 34th annual Business Week on March 29th and 30th. Designed to help prepare Cameron School of Business students for the realities of the business world, this year’s program featured more than 100 sessions with prominent alumni and executives sharing their knowledge and experiences in the areas of business, marketing, entrepreneurship, information technology and more.

Jerry Greenfield of Ben Jerry’s Homemade, Inc. speaks with students during the 2016 Business Week.; Photo: UNCW

Tuesday, March 29

Business Week General Sessions
9-11 a.m. Cameron Hall

Plenary Session:
Pierre Naud
nCino

11-Noon Cameron Hall 105

Lunch on the Lawn
11:30-2 p.m. Cameron Hall Tents

Business Week General Sessions
1-4 p.m. Cameron Hall

Accounting: Meet the Professionals
4-5:30 p.m. Clock Tower Lounge, by invite only

Duane Hixon:
The Bigness of Small

4-5 p.m. CIS 1008

Wednesday, March 30

Alumni Recognition Breakfast
7-8:30 a.m. Warwick Center

Business Week General Sessions
9-11 a.m. Cameron Hall

Plenary Session:
Jerry Greenfield
Ben Jerry’s

11-Noon Cameron Hall 105

Lunch on the Lawn
11:30-2 p.m. Cameron Hall Tents

Business Week General Sessions
1-4 p.m. Cameron Hall

Brett Martin:
The Challenges of Entrepreneurship

4-5 p.m. CIS 1008

MS CSIS Alumni Reception
5:30-8:30 p.m. CIS Lobby

CIE’s Business Week Event:
Entrepreneurial Success with Dave and Vess

5:30-8:30 p.m. EBD 162

Leadership Lecture Series:
Jerry Greenfield

7-8 p.m. Burney Center

Thursday, March 31

Installation of Chancellor Jose V. Sartarelli
10:30 a.m. Hoggard Lawn





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Harvard Business School – s bricks-and-clicks spending spree #doing #business #as

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Harvard Business School s bricks-and-clicks spending spree

The inventor of the MBA is investing heavily to track changes to the global economy

Champion of the two-year course: Harvard Business School dean Nitin Nohria

As dean of Harvard Business School, part of Nitin Nohria’s job is to mythologise its vast campus. The inauguration last month of yet another new building offered a perfect marketing opportunity.

“One way in which one can understand the evolution of business is to just walk through HBS and see the names of the buildings,” Prof Nohria declared in a video to mark the occasion, alluding to facilities named after the likes of bankers John Pierpont Morgan, Andrew Mellon and George Fisher Baker, a father of Citigroup.

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The new building, a base for executive-level courses named the Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Center, does indeed constitute a milestone for HBS by commemorating the rise of China. It was funded with $40m from James Si-Cheng Chao, a Chinese-American businessman, and named after his late wife. It is the first building at HBS to bear the name of a woman — appropriately, as four of Mr Chao’s six daughters went to HBS — or that of an Asian-American.

Tellingly, the temporary structure that housed the dining hall for visiting executives during construction was so plush and solid that it would not have looked out of place as a permanent fixture on less-endowed campuses.

The Chao Center is just one of the more visible manifestations of the heavy spending currently under way at HBS — some arising from donations, some from its own resources — as it tries to adjust to the changing global economy.

The outlay can be tracked in the un­usually detailed annual accounts that the school produces. Its 2015 fiscal year report showed its costs had on average increased faster than sales over the previous five years, dragging down its operating profit margin from 9.6 per cent to 6.6 per cent.

Although reversing this trend is a long-term priority for HBS, margins were expected to come under further pressure this decade as strategic spending continues to ramp up.

Investment in the MBA course that Harvard created more than a century ago accounts for part of the spending increase. While other business schools have diverted resources into one-year courses, such as the Masters in Management qualification aimed at recent graduates, HBS has remained wedded to the two-year MBA course catering for those with a few years of career experience.

The “core and soul of the school”, is how Prof Nohria describes the MBA in an interview with the Financial Times. “In the last five years we have been very determined to double down in some ways on the MBA,” he says.

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Insead’s MBA becomes the first one-year programme to reach the number one spot

“Many of the investments we have made, they have been investments to strengthen and make even more compelling why you should spend two years in an MBA programme.”

One of those investments has been into a curriculum innovation it calls “Field Immersion Experiences for Leadership Development”, or “Field”, to use the inevitable acronym. This is designed to complement the more abstract discussion of case studies in the classroom. A typical project might involve travelling to China to research the market for personal computers on behalf of Intel.

Not all are convinced that it equates to real experience, however. Henry Mintzberg, a McGill University management professor, is a long-time critic of MBAs and the case method, which he sees as too theoretical. He characterises the Field innovation as “young know-nothings shooting off their mouths about things they don’t understand”.

The stubborn focus on a two-year course has its risks in a world where workers often struggle to make time for even short courses. But the Harvard MBA, which each year sucks in 900 students and levies a $64,000 annual tuition fee, is still an attractive calling card for those seeking to run the world’s biggest companies. In the past month alone, Nestlé and US industrial conglomerate Honeywell have opted to be led by HBS alumni, for instance.

In spite of its huge resources the venerable institution has not yet been able to develop a reputation for fostering entrepreneurship that is equal to its lustre in the traditional corridors of corporate power.

A round-up of free online business and management courses currently offered on Mooc platforms

An FT 2016 ranking of the best MBA programmes for entrepreneurship placed HBS in 13th position, for instance, whereas Stanford Graduate School of Business — with its strong links to Silicon Valley — came top.

Overall, HBS has this year’s second-highest FT-ranked MBA in the world, having come top in 2015 and 2014.

Harvard still has an entrepreneurial ace to play. This spring, the broader university won final approval to construct a new building next to the business school that will house the bulk of its school of engineering and applied sciences — a clear sign of desire to foster more partnerships between techies and MBAs.

Amid all the physical construction work and architects’ plans, there is another destination for HBS spending that could prove to be more significant than yet another building.

It has also been pouring money — the sum is confidential — into an online learning platform called HBX that targets different markets from its usual MBA and executive education offerings.

Launched a year ago, the product is very different from the Moocs — or massive open online courses — produced in vast quantities, often for free, by educational providers in recent years, with variable success.

There is the cost, for a start: a hefty $1,800 for HBX’s 12-week primer on the fundamentals of business thinking. say. There is an element of social learning, with students incentivised to answer each other’s questions. And the platform also contains a digital version of one of the scariest conventions of the Harvard MBA classroom — the “cold call”, where a professor randomly chooses a student to start the debate.

“HBX is a huge bet that we are making what will end up being a deeply important strand of our education,” says Prof Nohria. But HBS expects it will take time for the project to practise what it preaches — and make a profit.

Nitin Nohria: A political pragmatist

Born in India, Nitin Nohria is the first Harvard Business School dean from outside North America. After his appointment in 2010, he also became the first head of the school since the 1970s to live in the dean’s house on campus, giving him a prime view of all the building work.

His links to the world beyond the Charles River include a non-executive directorship at Tata Sons, the Indian holding company. Ratan Tata. its former chairman, attended the HBS Advanced Management Program in 1975, and bankrolled a glass-and-brick building at the school for other executive education clients four decades later.

Prof Nohria describes himself as a pragmatist about politics, saying that he has not been tempted to take a high-profile stance against the economic populism and hostility to globalisation that has characterised much of the US election campaign so far.

On the controversial issue of Donald Trump. a graduate of rival business school Wharton, Prof Nohria says it is important to differentiate between what a candidate says on the campaign trail and what they might do if elected president. “Campaigns make you recognise that there are checks and balances in our political system that will be an important counterweight to the rhetoric of any political candidate.”

And he feels that the mood is not in danger of creating the kind of backlash against leading business schools seen after the financial crisis, although he acknowledges that inequality is a serious issue for capitalism to confront.

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School Business Management #business #research

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School Business Management

(Master of Science in Education)

The Master of Science in Education (M.S.E.) in School Business Management provides a course of study to qualify students for licensure as a School Business Manager. Graduates of the program have assumed roles as Director of Finance, Comptroller, Director of Administrative Services, Director of Information Services, Human Resource Manager, Director of Buildings and Grounds, Benefits Manager and Financial Consultant.

The curriculum provides students with an understanding of the organization of elementary and secondary school systems and the expertise needed to manage their resources. Through applied learning opportunities, acquire an advanced understanding of the accounting and finance functions, information technology, property management, budget preparation and personnel management, and learn about state reporting and other statutory requirements.

The mission of the School Business Management Masters Program is to provide students an opportunity to pursue a course of study which will qualify them for licensure as a School Business Manager.

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Harvard University – s Harvard Business School #business #lawyer

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Harvard University s Harvard Business School

Application Deadlines
Round 1: September 7th, 2016
Round 2: January 4th, 2017
Round 3: April 3rd, 2017

When people think about the MBA degree, the very first school that springs to mind is Harvard Business School (HBS). HBS is synonymous with the degree and literally sets the pace for the industry. Everything it does instantly makes news both good and bad. And Harvard s new dean, Nitin Nohria, has immediately injected energy and enthusiasm in the school.

Since assuming leadership of HBS on July 1, 2010, Nohria has racked up accomplishments that would have taken some B-school deans a decade or more to achieve they include crafting and communicating a new agenda for the school known as the five i s for innovation, intellectual ambition, internationalization, inclusion, and integration; pushing through significant changes to the MBA program against concerns by some that he was moving too fast; and raising millions of dollars in donations, including a $50 million gift from India’s Tata Group and its philanthropic interests. All of these moves build on the formidable reputation and clout of the so-called “West Point of Capitalism,” a business school that, frankly, is a university unto itself, with 33 separate buildings on 40 acres of property along the Charles River.

Harvard’s case method curriculum is designed to prepare students for the challenges of leadership in the real world. Though case studies maintain their dominant role at Harvard, the school has introduced several major changes that mix up the traditional HBS formula for training leaders. MBA students now take turns leading a group engaged in specific, assigned projects. They are also sent to work for a week with one of more than 140 firms in 11 countries, ranging from a Brazilian soap maker to a Chinese real estate management company. Groups are also given eight weeks and seed money of $3,000 each to launch a small company. The most successful, as judged by a vote of their fellow students, receives additional funding.

These very ambitious changes especially for an MBA program the size and scope of Harvard s build on what has long been an engaging and proactive learning environment, where students develop the knowledge, skills, and confidence to face a variety of difficult decisions they’ll encounter throughout their careers.

Students spend their first two terms completing the required curriculum with a section of 90 students to which they are assigned. This group of students takes all first-year classes together and forms an intellectual and social circle. During the second year, students choose up to five courses per semester to build their elective curriculum of choice. The new curriculum changes this up a bit, adding shorter courses into the course catalog.

In the 2012-2013 admissions season, Harvard announced significant changes in the way it assesses MBA applicants. The school cut the number of required essay questions in half, from four to two and added a novel 24-hour test for applicants who make the first cut and get an interview with admissions. Those candidates have to write a 400-word essay on what they wish they d said but didn t during the interview and put it on their online application within 24 hours of the interview.

Ranking Analysis:

For the first time in five years since the debut of Poets Quants ranking, Harvard Business School slipped behind Stanford to rank second in 2014. The fall largely occurred after Businessweek s newly updated ranking based on major changes to its methodology put HBS in eighth place, down from second two years earlier.

Make no mistake: Harvard is one of the very best two or three premier MBA players. If a business school ranking fails to give Harvard its due, it s merely the result of quirky methodology and little else. There is no business school in the U.S. and even in the world that can genuinely lay claim to having a better MBA program than Harvard. With the largest endowment of any business school by far, the institution s resources are vast and so is the quality of the school s faculty, students, and alumni. And because Harvard has been at this for so many years, its MBAs are far ahead of any others in getting and occupying powerful and influential leadership positions in one industry after another. That s why HBS always leads rankings of B-schools with the most CEOs at the world s top corporations.

In fact, the biggest misconception that business school rankings propagate is that Harvard is just another school on the list and its rivals are close competitors. Harvard is in a class by itself.

If you re an applicant and are fortunate enough to be accepted by Harvard, there are legitimate reasons to turn the school down: you want a smaller, more intimate experience; you prefer a less competitive school; you want more of a mix of lectures, case studies, and experiential learning; you want to live and work in a completely different part of the country; or another school has nailed a specialty discipline that makes it a no-brainer. But you d be making a difficult call to say no to what is, without question, the best business school in the world.

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Business Week: Cameron School of Business: UNCW #business #web #hosting

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UNC Wilmington Presents

The 34th Annual
Business Week
March 29th and 30th, 2016

nCino CEO Pierre Naud with UNCW student; Photo: UNCW

The University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Cameron School of Business held its 34th annual Business Week on March 29th and 30th. Designed to help prepare Cameron School of Business students for the realities of the business world, this year’s program featured more than 100 sessions with prominent alumni and executives sharing their knowledge and experiences in the areas of business, marketing, entrepreneurship, information technology and more.

Jerry Greenfield of Ben Jerry’s Homemade, Inc. speaks with students during the 2016 Business Week.; Photo: UNCW

Tuesday, March 29

Business Week General Sessions
9-11 a.m. Cameron Hall

Plenary Session:
Pierre Naud
nCino

11-Noon Cameron Hall 105

Lunch on the Lawn
11:30-2 p.m. Cameron Hall Tents

Business Week General Sessions
1-4 p.m. Cameron Hall

Accounting: Meet the Professionals
4-5:30 p.m. Clock Tower Lounge, by invite only

Duane Hixon:
The Bigness of Small

4-5 p.m. CIS 1008

Wednesday, March 30

Alumni Recognition Breakfast
7-8:30 a.m. Warwick Center

Business Week General Sessions
9-11 a.m. Cameron Hall

Plenary Session:
Jerry Greenfield
Ben Jerry’s

11-Noon Cameron Hall 105

Lunch on the Lawn
11:30-2 p.m. Cameron Hall Tents

Business Week General Sessions
1-4 p.m. Cameron Hall

Brett Martin:
The Challenges of Entrepreneurship

4-5 p.m. CIS 1008

MS CSIS Alumni Reception
5:30-8:30 p.m. CIS Lobby

CIE’s Business Week Event:
Entrepreneurial Success with Dave and Vess

5:30-8:30 p.m. EBD 162

Leadership Lecture Series:
Jerry Greenfield

7-8 p.m. Burney Center

Thursday, March 31

Installation of Chancellor Jose V. Sartarelli
10:30 a.m. Hoggard Lawn





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Harvard Business School Press Restrictions #top #ten #business #ideas

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Important Restrictions to the Use of Harvard Business School and Harvard Business Publishing in Courses

Harvard Business School, and Harvard Business Publishing, including Harvard Business Review materials (articles, cases, chapters, etc.) can no longer be assigned as course material. Students will need to purchase articles through MBS Direct.

Due to publisher’s restrictions, faculty/directors cannot assign articles from Harvard Business Review, Harvard Management Update and Harvard Management Communication (found in the Business Source Complete database), as well as anything published by Harvard Business School or Harvard Business Publishing, to students as course material. Faculty cannot request articles from these publications via eReserves. Faculty/directors can sign up for a free Harvard Business Publishing for Educators account to review ways to make materials available for the students to purchase.

As of August 1, 2013, Harvard Business Review became “read only” for 500 of the most popular Harvard Business Review articles. These articles may not be saved (downloaded) or printed due to the publisher’s restrictions.

This does not apply to the Harvard Business School Faculty Seminar Series videos found in the Business Source Complete database.

Visit Ask a Librarian for assistance locating similar materials from alternate publications.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can students still use Harvard Business School Press articles in their own research and cite them in their papers and coursework?
Yes. This use of Harvard Business School Press articles in Business Source Complete is allowed by the publisher. However, 500 of the articles may not be saved (downloaded) or printed due to the publisher’s restrictions. There is not a list of which 500 articles are affected and the only way to determine this is to access the article via the database.

Can I direct students to find an assigned Harvard Business School Press article themselves in Business Source Complete? Isn’t this ok if I am not making a link to the article?
No. Even though Harvard Business School Press articles may remain available in Business Source Complete, they can no longer be used as course reading in any way per the publisher’s restrictions, regardless of how students are directed to the material.

Can I request a Harvard Business School Press article to be placed in eReserves?
No. You may sign up for a free Harvard Business Publishing for Educators account to review ways to make materials available for the students to purchase. You might consider alternative articles and publications that can be placed in eReserves. UMUC librarians are glad to assist you with locating similar materials from other publications that can be assigned to students as required readings; visit Ask a Librarian .

Does this change affect Harvard Business School Cases?
No. Harvard Business School Cases can still be requested for students to purchase through MBS by making a request through your academic director or program director.

Note: There is a section of Harvard Business Review called “HBR Case Study,” which features a fictional scenario followed by commentary from industry experts. Because these articles are part of the publication Harvard Business Review, they cannot be assigned as course material per the publisher’s restrictions.

Are there other options?
UMUC librarians will be glad to assist you with the process of searching for and choosing similar materials from other publications that can be assigned to students as required readings; visit Ask a Librarian .

Note: We can assist you with the search process. However as the instructor and subject expert, it is up to you to choose which resources are best for your courses and particular instructional needs.

Are any other journals affected?
No. At this time, Harvard Business School Press journals are the only journals restricted by the publisher in this way.

Other questions?
If you have additional questions, please contact Information and Library services via Ask a Librarian .





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Wharton School #business #logo

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University of Pennsylvania

Profile

Founded in 1881, Wharton is the oldest U.S. business school and second-largest behind Harvard. Wharton’s faculty is the biggest in the country, and about a quarter of its 517 part-time and full-time faculty members come from abroad. Students at Wharton may choose from 18 majors and over 200 electives. Wharton offers dual-degree programs with seven other schools at Penn, plus joint programs with Johns Hopkins’ School of Advanced International Studies and Harvard’s Kennedy School. Redesigned in 2012, the revamped curriculum allows students greater flexibility in determining the content and timing of meeting core requirements. It also introduced leadership coaching and personalized website for each student to hold feedback from coaching sessions. More »

What Alumni Are Saying
  • Best two years of my life. I could never have transitioned into my current career without the academics, career support, and network of Wharton.
  • Wharton enabled me to make the jump from engineering to Venture Capital – tough to do, but I am very happy with the way it turned out, and I found the MBA experience at Wharton to be truly transformative.
  • Best money I’ve ever spent! The rewards in education, jobs, networking, and global exposure just keep coming year after year.
  • Wharton has an unparalleled and valuable alumni network in Latin America, particularly Brazil. Its depth and breadth of curriculum (e.g. finance, accounting, operations, public speaking, leadership), as well as network, made me a better private equity professional.
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    A company in Philadelphia plans to buck a prevalent startup mentality: that turning industries upside down with technology is always possible and for the better. Instead, Bungalow Insurance wants to capitalize on a growing renters insurance market by intermingling with the existing players.

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    With what is the best measure of a college’s return-on-investment or ROI? Forbes has a simple solution. The best colleges produce crop after crop of successful graduates that show their appreciation by giving back in the form of donations to their beloved Alma mater. Our Grateful Graduates Index ranks private not for profit colleges with more read

    From years of working with angels, I can tell you that no two are the same. But if you could choose three words that would apply across the board to every accredited angel investor, what would they be?

    My choice—powerful, difference-maker and elusive. Of course there is no right or wrong answer, but what I do know for sure is this: read

    Nearly four years ago I wrote a post in which I described mobile marketing as being The Elephant In The Room For Marketers. A little history lesson if you don’t mind.

    In that piece the “elephant” was described this way.

    First by Digiday in which Brian Morrissey referred to 2012 as “It’s the Year of Mobile (for the read

    For music fans the 22,000- seat Shoreline amphitheater in Silicon Valley is iconic. Legendary concert promoter Bill Graham designed it with inspiration from the Grateful Dead logo, and that band played here 39 times. Neil Young, the Bee Gees, Bruce Springsteen–they’ve all graced the Shoreline stage. A few weeks ago, accompanied by bouncy read

    Social Security is a pay-as-you-go system, since payroll taxes collected from today’s workers mostly go to pay today’s retirees. But as the U.S. population ages, fewer young workers are paying into the system relative to rising numbers of ever-longer-lived retirees drawing benefits, according to this opinion piece by Olivia S. read

    Throughout our lives, we’ve been told “nice guys finish last” and that “business is a dog-eat-dog world.” Indeed, we hear constantly about how competitive and vicious we need to be to get ahead and rise to the top. Pop culture, especially reality TV, reinforces the idea that no matter what industry we work in, business is, by nature, a cutthroat read

    You know the kind. They’re the office bullies who “accuse, threaten, annoy, pester, shame, raise their voices, shake their fists and sometimes even get physically pushy.” Or they’re the tantrum throwers, the too-demanding bosses, the micromanagers, the passive aggressive co-workers or the underminers – the list goes on.

    Noncompete clauses in employment contracts is a long-held practice, however evidence suggests that these clauses hurt not only departing employees but also those who stay with the company – as well as the company itself. As a result, an increasing number of leaders are creating non-noncompete environments in which information is shared freely, read





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    Rutgers Business School Rankings

    Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick is recognized as one of the top three business schools in the New York City Region, and is the highest-ranked business school in New Jersey.

    #1 MBA employment among the Big 10 Schools – U.S. News World Report. 2016
    #1 Public Business School in the Tri-State Area (NY, NJ, CT) – U.S. News World Report. 2016
    #1 most women students (45.9%) among the Big 10 B-schools – U.S. News World Report. 2016
    #3 MBA employment nationwide – U.S. News World Report. 2016
    #3 Best for Vets nationally, Graduate degrees – MilitaryTimes. 2016
    #5 Undergraduate Supply Chain Management program in North America – Gartner. 2016
    #7 Graduate Supply Chain Management program in North America – Gartner. 2016
    #7 Undergraduate Accounting program nationwide – College Choice. 2016
    #9
    Top 10 colleges for jobs on Wall Street – Business Insider. 2016
    #10 Master of Public Policy / MBA – Top 200 Best Masters in Public Administration / Management Global Ranking – Eduniversal. 2016
    #10 Online Certification in Digital Marketing in North America – Best Marketing Degrees. 2016
    #11 Graduate Supply Chain Management program nationwide – U.S. News World Report. 2016
    #14 Master’s in Governmental Accounting among online graduate business programs in the nation (excluding MBA) – U.S. News World Report. 2016
    #21 MD / MBA – Newark – Top 200 Best Masters in Engineering and Project Management Global Ranking – Eduniversal. 2016
    #23 Master of Information Technology Accounting Information Systems – Top 200 Best Masters in Information Systems Management Global Ranking – Eduniversal. 2016
    #26 JD / MBA – Top 200 Best Masters in Business and Commercial Law Global Ranking – Eduniversal. 2016
    #27 Public Business School in the U.S. – U.S. News World Report. 2016
    #28 Graduate Program in Food Business Economics – “Top 50 Best Masters in Agribusiness / Food Industry Management” Global Ranking – Eduniversal. 2016
    #28 in “Top 200 Best Masters in Executive MBA MBA part time” Global Ranking – Eduniversal. 2016
    #37 Master of Accountancy in Financial Accounting “Top 200 Best Masters in Accounting and Auditing” Global Ranking – Eduniversal. 2016
    #38 in “Top 50 Best Value Dual MBA Health Management Degrees of 2016” – Value Colleges
    #43 Part-time MBA program nationwide – U.S. News World Report. 2016
    #46 Master of Accountancy in Taxation “Top 50 Best Masters in Taxation” Global Ranking – Eduniversal. 2016
    #53 Full-time MBA program nationwide – U.S. News World Report. 2016
    Ranked Tier One Global Executive MBA programs, CEO Magazine. 2016

    #4 Executive MBA in the Big Ten Conference, 2014
    #7 in MBA employment nationwide – US News World Report. 2014
    Top-20 U.S. Executive MBA Programs, nationwide – Financial Times. 2014
    #24 Public Part-Time MBA Program, nationwide – US News World Report. 2014
    #25 Public National University, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey – US News World Report. 2014
    #27 Public Business School, Newark, starting median salary nationally – Bloomberg Businessweek. 2014
    #28 Public Business School, New Brunswick, starting median salary nationally – Bloomberg Businessweek. 2014
    #39 Part-Time MBA Program, nationwide – US News World Report. 2014
    #56 Public Business School, New Brunswick – Bloomberg Businessweek. 2014
    #65 Public Business School, Newark – Bloomberg Businessweek. 2014

    #10 in awarding 10 or more degrees to Fortune-500 CEOs – US News World Report. May 2012
    Top 10 Master of Quantitative Finance Program nationwide according to a panel of Wall Street experts. 2012
    #33 in “Top B-Schools for MBA Pay,” Bloomberg Businessweek. 2012

    #1 Most Diverse National University – U.S. News World Report.
    U.S. News World Report ranks the Newark campus of Rutgers University as the “#1 most diverse national university in the United States.” Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick is an integral part of this campus, which has received this distinction each year since 1997 when U.S. News World Report began assessing diversity





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