This is an interview series MBA@UNC conducted with seven women leading nonprofits across a variety of industries. Despite spearheading businesses that are doing tremendous good, these women are not traditionally recognized for the incredibly hard work they do every day.
The guide—presented by MBA@UNC and based on a white paper from UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School Executive Development—provides actionable steps employers can take to cultivate a workplace environment where all generations can thrive in a synergetic office culture.
If an MBA is one of the key conduits to top positions in the Fortune 500 and the time versus investment trade-off tips the scale against pursuing the degree, then what is the solution? Flexibility.
According to Mary Ryan, Associate Director of Career and Leadership Services for Working Professionals at the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School, all MBA students must have a LinkedIn page. Here is her advice on how MBA students can create compelling and effective LinkedIn pages to make the most out of the professional networking service available at their fingertips.
At the Shanghai immersion, MBA@UNC students participated in a track focused on Challenges and Opportunities in China. Throughout the third day, MBA@UNC students learned about the economy of China and how a global consumer products corporation is entering the Chinese market.