• Miami Herbert Partners with 2U, Inc. to Power its Online MBA
    Miami Herbert’s Online MBA Program Partnership to Start Early 2022 2U and Miami Herbert have already established a boot camp partnership, which will be expanded with this agreement. It will provide new opportunities for learners across degree and non-degree online programs. The University of Miami has teamed up with 2U, Inc. (Nasdaq: TWOU), a worldwide leader in educational technology, to power its current Online MBA program and launch a new track—the Online Advanced MBA—for students with appropriate prior credits and/or professional experience who wish to pursue the Miami Herbert MBA more quickly and inexpensively. 2U has expanded its existing relationship […]
  • New MBA Now Offered by UCCS Is a 30-Credit Hour Fast-Track MBA Degree
    Expedite Your MBA Degree at UCCS The University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (UCCS) provides a 30-credit hour Master’s of Business Administration degree as the state’s lone option. For the first time, interested students may now expedite their MBA degree by completing it in a shorter amount of time while still retaining the AACSB-accredited UCCS MBA program’s high quality and rigor. The General MBA is a new program that provides students with an extensive business curriculum that is suited to their specific needs. Students may pick two MBA electives from a variety of business fields, including digital marketing, entrepreneurship, international business, […]
  • NYU Shanghai and NYU Stern School of Business Expand Their Partnership
    The First Sessions Will Begin in June 2022 Two new one-year Master of Science programs in business are being launched by NYU Shanghai and NYU Stern School of Business, the two universities’ successful collaboration. The goals of these programs are to educate new and recent college graduates with management and marketing industry desires in China and the broader Asia region. The jointly offered programs, an MS in Organization Management & Strategy and an MS in Marketing & Retail Science, benefit from the combined intellectual and pedagogical resources of NYU Shanghai and NYU Stern. Over three semesters, students will complete 36 […]
  • Cornell Receives TEAM Trophy Award Four Years in a Row, Showing What’s Possible When Everyone Is Committed
    Cornell students proved that anything is possible when you work together — even if it’s only virtually.
  • When employers communicate their principles with employees, remote work improves.
    The best approach to cure worker misconduct, according to New Columbia Business School study, is communication. However, employee monitoring eliminates all of the benefits. Workplaces are gradually resuming, but the epidemic has prompted a continuous rise in remote and gig work, with no indication of slowing down. With more workers than ever doing their jobs from home, misconduct is easier to commit and harder to prevent. Now, new research from Columbia Business School Assistant Professors of Management Vanessa Burbano and Bennett Chiles investigates the strategies that work best to prevent gig and remote worker misconduct, such as straying off task […]
  • Michigan Ross Launches New Pinkert Healthcare Accelerator For U-M Student Entrepreneurs
    The Pinkert Healthcare Accelerator, which is housed in the Zell Lurie Institute at Michigan Ross, adds to the outstanding healthcare and entrepreneurial opportunities offered by Michigan Ross and University of Michigan students. The accelerator provides student teams with seed funding; expert mentorship from U-M professors, staff, and alumni; and guidance from a board of experts in A new startup accelerator was formed as a result of a $5.4 million gift from Eleanor and Michael Pinkert, MBA ’65/BSE ’64. The Pinkert Scholars Program, which provides full-ride scholarships for Michigan Ross Full-Time MBA students interested in healthcare, was established with that donation. […]
  • Master’s Degree in Asset Management Welcomes Inaugural Class
    The Yale School of Management’s Master’s Degree in Asset Management program welcomed its first batch of 56 students for a weeklong financial statement analysis and Python programming boot camp that began August 16, followed by orientation in Evans Hall from August 23 to 27. Their nine-month full-time course of study, which leads to a Master of Management Studies degree, The Class of 2022 at the Master’s in Asset Management is 45 percent female, and 41 of the 56 members were born outside of the United States, including Canada, China, Germany, Greece, India, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, and Ukraine. Thirteen individuals in […]
  • Is the Profit Motive Beneficial to Nursing Homes or Does It Make Them Worse?
    Lauren Lu, a Tuck professor, studies what happens when nonprofit nursing homes are acquired by for-profit firms. Nursing homes in the United States were already struggling before the COVID-19 epidemic disproportionately harmed the elderly. A health-care consultancy firm’s study revealed that for the first time in 34 years, more than half of the country’s nursing homes had a negative operating margin. More and more seniors are choosing to stay in their own homes for as long as possible, avoiding the costs of a nursing home. This was due, in significant part, to a reduction in occupancy in long-term care facilities […]
  • Bridging the gap between education and employment: Community college and beyond
    To discuss innovative education methods for skilled workers, the conference gathers educators, policymakers, and industry experts. The pandemic highlighted an urgent need: the best-educated people were prospering, but too many others were being left behind. Community colleges may be valuable sources of education for skilled workers that industry now demands. Schools, however, must do more to bridge the gap between learning and employment, working with employers and policymakers. In July, MIT Open Learning and MassBridge hosted “Bridging the Education/Workforce Gap: Community College and Beyond,” a two-day conference with experts from all areas of the education-workforce equation to discuss how to […]
  • Columbia Business School’s Advanced Management Program, which is considered one of the world’s top business schools, is now open with a new blended format enrolment.
    Columbia Business School Executive Education’s new Advanced Management Program is now accepting applicants for its first cohort, which begins classes in the fall of 2021. For senior-level executives to learn from and network with today’s top business visionaries, this 22-week curriculum is designed for them to do so in a live online, asynchronous, and in-person format. The online learning center was designed to give students across the world with access to Columbia’s experts whenever and wherever. Participants will receive a great chance to return to their businesses with the knowledge and abilities to get their teams behind a shared vision, […]

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