Jenna Dutcher

Jenna is the community relations manager for MBA@UNC, the University of North Carolina’s MBA online program. MBA@UNC empowers professionals to pursue an MBA in entrepreneurship from one of the top 10 schools in the world for leadership development. In her free time, Jenna enjoys reading, travel, and blogging about all things science.

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10 Podcasts to Sharpen Your Sales Skills

In the competitive 21st century marketplace, it’s more important than ever to keep your sales skills sharp. Regardless of how busy you are, podcasts provide an opportunity to continue learning without disrupting your daily routine. However, there’s a dizzying number of sales podcasts to choose from, so we’ve compiled a list of 10 podcasts that are well worth your time.

Student Spotlight: Special Agent and MBA@UNC Student Scott Swantner

From protecting our nation’s and other nation’s leaders to building cases and testifying against counterfeiters and computer criminals, Secret Service agent and MBA@UNC student Scott Swantner is constantly on the move. A member of the most elite law enforcement organization in the world, he must be available to travel anywhere in the world, quite often with little notice.

 

MBA@UNC San Francisco Immersion: Data Analytics


Students at the 2015 MBA@UNC San Francisco immersion had the option to participate in a data analytics track to explore how Bay Area businesses, large and small, are integrating data analytics with their everyday operations.

MBA@UNC San Francisco Immersion: Entrepreneurship and Venture Capitalism

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 San Francisco Immersion: Fostering Innovation

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.

No Such Thing as a Free Lunch: Taxing Corporate Perks

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.