Posts Tagged ‘leadership’

4 Reasons Not to Get An MBA Degree

To MBA or not to MBA, that is the question. While an MBA degree can be a powerful career booster, it should not be undertaken lightly. Below is a list of 4 reasons not to get an MBA degree. Of course, if these factors don’t apply to you, perhaps you should consider getting an MBA. […]

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Which MBA Specialization Is Right For You? Part 2

With nine areas of emphasis, George Mason’s MBA program provides you a wide range of elective courses to fit your interests and meet your specific career goals. An MBA specialization enhances your expertise in a specific industry or skill and can set you apart from other job applicants with an MBA on their résumé. Mason’s […]

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MBA Careers: Top Skills Employers Seek in New Hires

New MBA program graduates seeking employment would like to know what the most important skills are that a potential employer is seeking so they can further their post MBA careers. According to a recent study of nearly 600 employers conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), at the top of the list for employers […]

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MBA Professor Named One of the 30 Most Influential Industrial and Organizational Psychologists Alive

Effective management is not only about understanding operations—it also has a lot to do with understanding people, which is why management and psychology go hand-in-hand. Richard Klimoski, professor of psychology and management and area chair of management at George Mason University’s School of Business, knows this all too well. Klimoski has made so much progress […]

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How to Measure ROI of an MBA

Earning an MBA is about more than adding a credential to your résumé. And it’s about more than the knowledge and skills you gain inside and outside the classroom. According to George Mason MBA alumnus Matt Kramer, measuring the ROI of an MBA—and yes, it is an investment—is about three things: Personal growth Professional growth […]

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