You may not think of a job interview as a performance, but Cathy Salit, author of Performance Breakthrough, certainly does; and she explains why in her recent Harvard Business Review article. Salit writes, “Just as an actor prepares the character they will play on stage or screen, you can steal some tricks from the actor’s […]Read More...
July 17th, 2017
Recent research conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), shows that many employers are expanding their MBA internship opportunities this year. According to GMAC’s poll of some 140 employers, almost 60 percent said they plan to increase the number of internships offered to MBA candidates. This news is particularly encouraging considering the role of […]Read More...
July 5th, 2017
If you are a business student at William Woods and you are passionate about entrepreneurship, then you may have already chosen entrepreneurial management as your degree concentration or you might even be pursuing an MBA in Entrepreneurial Leadership. However, beyond academics, entrepreneurs are known for being self-motivated to learn on their own whether it be […]Read More...
June 9th, 2017
We often hear the words entrepreneur and business owner used interchangeably, yet becoming an entrepreneur takes more than just business acumen and knowhow. That’s why at William Woods University students pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration online can choose entrepreneurial management as their concentration. Beyond learning the ins and outs of starting and […]Read More...
January 30th, 2017
At William Woods University, students earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration have an option of choosing one of the following concentrations: Accounting Advertising and Marketing Economics and Finance Management Management of Information Systems This means that while all business majors will take the same core curriculum covering 48 credits, they’ll also choose an […]Read More...
December 6th, 2016
Posted in Professional Development
As MBA students flock to develop technical skills in hopes of advancing their careers, employer surveys reveal a pressing need for candidates who possess both the hard and soft skills. According to a 2016 Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) survey on prospective MBA students, a decision to pursue an MBA degree is often triggered by […]Read More...
June 27th, 2016