Posts Tagged ‘MBA’

Intersections That Inspire Innovation

Amy Whitaker refers to herself as a human Venn diagram. She’s passionate about art and commerce and how the two intersect in ways that benefit the other. And she’s written about these ideas in a gem of a book, Art Thinking: How to Carve Out Creative Space in a World of Schedules, Budgets, and Bosses. Amy’s…

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From a Different Perspective

I remember coming across the review for Philip Delves Broughton‘s book, Ahead of the Curve. I was living in Manhattan and relishing reading the business section’s latest book reviews. Broughton’s book garnered lavish praise. It was 2008, and Broughton’s book had just come out. He’d chosen to write about his experience as an MBA student…

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How I See

Our apartment has a lot of windows.  We live in Boston and our windows face Cambridge, so I’m able to see some beautiful old buildings and brownstones up close with the MIT dome in view further out.  At night the dome is lit up.  It glows white at night like the monuments in DC. I’ve…

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Easier Said (and Read) Than Done

If you’ve been following my blog these past few entries, you’ve noticed that I’ve embarked on a new adventure.  I’m an educator who’s entered an MBA program.  I’m a Sloan Fellow at MIT. Since the start of June, I’ve been studying microeconomics, leadership, financial accounting, and marketing management.  I’m learning a lot, and I’m doing…

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