At MBA@UNC’s 2015 immersion in San Francisco, students in the Innovation track had a chance to learn about entrepreneurship and venture capitalism directly from a variety of top founders, executives and venture capitalists. Here’s a closer look at two panel discussions.
MBA@UNC’s 2015 domestic immersion was held in San Francisco, California. Students attended one of two tracks, choosing from the Innovation track and the Data Analytics track, both designed with the always-evolving industries of the Bay Area in mind.
“How to Build a Successful Mentoring Program” is a guide that offers practical tips for developing and implementing both one-on-one and group mentoring programs.
Silicon Valley startups like Google and Facebook famously use perks like on-site chefs, yoga classes and free shuttle services to attract and retain top talent in a competitive recruiting landscape. But the gravy train may be leaving the station for the last time.
How much is your privacy worth? In the data broker industry, everything from personal identifying data to social media data to health data is packaged and sold to the highest bidder for annual revenues of almost half a billion dollars per year. In this infographic, MBA@UNC explores the types and sources of information collected by data brokers and the relative monetary value of personal information.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School’s MBA@UNC program No. 1 in its first ranking of online MBA programs.
Days two and three of the 2014 Chapel Hill immersion covered everything from avoiding leadership derailment to how to build dynamic, emotionally intelligent teams.
Day one of the 2014 Chapel Hill immersion covered everything from identifying and practicing ethical behavior to maximizing your skill set and performing well under pressure.
MBA@UNC student Adam Brown is the regional medical director with EmCare’s North Division, covering the D.C. and northern Virginia area. He is also a medical director at United Medical Center, and system chief of emergency medicine at Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center, working as an emergency medicine attending physician at both. He is also an adjunct assistant professor of emergency medicine at George Washington University and senior scholar at the Office of Clinical Practice Improvement at GW. In this interview, Adam Brown speaks about the benefits he has reaped at MBA@UNC.
With a background in Accounting, Mike Szalkowski addresses why he chose to pursue an MBA, and how MBA@UNC has contributed to his success investing assets for S Partners, LP.