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If You're A Woman Working for a University, Life's Not That Different than Corporate America

In the course of building Fairygodboss, I talked to many women, including academic types.  Through these conversations, I discovered it wasn’t just for-profit companies that needed more transparency and cultural change.   273 more words

Soft, Medium, Hard : Too many skills kill the skills

Last week, an article in the Financial Times written by a French-American professor working in a French business school (http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/0d9b5672-df74-11e3-8842-00144feabdc0.html#axzz3Chkkj2uj ) created some waves in the Grandes Ecoles microcosm with at least 2 articles in the French press ( 627 more words

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Business Schools Bangalore are the best management schools for professional management course

Business Schools Bangalore forms a trademark as certified education providers of management studies. These schools are the first preference for the under graduate and graduate students who endeavor a promising career in management. 523 more words

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The Top B School in Bangalore is the entry point for launching a successful management career

If you are looking for the most lucrative career option in business line, management academic course study from the Top B School in Bangalore is the ideal entry point. 553 more words

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Take your career to the next level by attaining a MBA degree from the Top B Schools in Bangalore

The Top B Schools in Bangalore provides the best learning platform to the management students. These schools are universally accredited by recognized boards and education councils. 594 more words

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Business Schools Come To Africa

Just another sign of Africa’s growing potential and financial power, business schools from the United State and Europe, are building campuses and actively seeking-recruiting African students. 194 more words

Era Business School:New MBA Supply Chain Management

For Era Business School,with global operations becoming more complex, companies in manufacturing, retail and technology—and the consulting firms that service them—are scrambling to hire people with supply-chain expertise. 218 more words

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