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Posts Tagged ‘global residency’

Choosing a Masters in Technology Management? Focus on Program Design

Don’t overlook or devalue program design when considering masters in technology management programs. Many programs will offer you the knowledge you need to succeed on the job, but how the programs deliver that knowledge and how disruptive they are to your professional and personal life could have long-term effects. Important questions to consider regarding the program design […]

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How the Cyber Security Program Helped my Career

One of the best ways to learn about the quality of a cyber security program and what it can do for your career is to hear directly from the students and alumni from the program. Tell me about a moment when you realized your cyber security degree was helping you further your career goals? There […]

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Why I Chose Mason for my Masters in Technology Management

One of the best ways to learn about the quality of a masters in technology management program is to hear directly from the students and alumni from the program. What made you choose George Mason’s technology management program? Mason’s technology management program is absolutely fantastic for the full-time professional that wants to take their performance—and […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Seth C. Pickett ’05

Breaking Through Cultural Barriers to Improve Business Interactions Technology has brought the business world closer. We are all within reach of each other, regardless of location, with a smartphone, tablet, or laptop. Time zones have become irrelevant. Work days have pushed all boundaries. There are no longer standard business hours between 9 and 5, but […]

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The Technology Management Global Residency Equates to Global Perspective

The George Mason University Technology Management (TECM) international residency is designed to give participants direct exposure to various companies and organizations abroad, in an effort to foster a more comprehensive understanding of international business strategy from a social, technological, economic, and political (STEP ) vantage point. The TECM class of 2009 Global IT Management international […]

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