What was the experiment involving placing fashion models in a train to save money from making the train faster? [closed]
I remember having read this on a business book once. It's an example of finding out-of-the-box solution for solving the right problem that may be hidden instead of the obvious problem. It's also about ...
Next year I will enroll in a full time MBA program. Until then, I would like to take transferable online courses to count towards my degree. I talked with admissions, and they will accept up to 6 ...
when selecting an American university, we look for certain accreditation related to business schools, like ACBSP, AACSB, CHEA, , etc. For european universities, Equis, AMBA, etc. What about British ...
I'm currently in the process of applying to business schools and I notice that nearly all of them have general MBA degrees and MBA degrees with different areas of concentration or specialization. I ...
I am assisting with a research paper about a single business. The business owners agreed to participate in the study on condition that their name remain anonymous. What is the proper or common way to ...
My first attempt at this question was voted to be closed. Here's another attempt at the same question which I have broken into two different questions/posts. I am an application programmer with 3+ ...
I have heard of people who have gone on to pursue an MBA after their doctorates. What are the advantages/downsides of this? Wouldn't the companies recruiting them after MBA value their doctorate ...
I have read that many Doctor of Business Administration or PhD in Business Administration programs in the US tend to reject students who did not complete a master's program at an AACSB-accredited ...
I recently saw a listing of professor salaries at various departments in Stanford. I found that the folks at GSB earn significantly more than what other Dept. people do. This is the motivation for my ...