Attendees of Columbia Business School’s Pan-Euro Forum, held in Paris in October 2018, share the hard lessons they learned to become the leaders they are today.
Pro bono work trains you to be more successful and gives your employer information about how you will perform in a more senior role, says Assistant Professor Vanessa Burbano.
MBAs increasingly need to be equipped with programming knowledge, says adjunct assistant professor and Y Combinator-backed entrepreneur Mattan Griffel.
A strong set of personal values yields dividends for everyone in an organization, says Paul Ingram, the Kravis Professor of Business.
For a Broadway performer, a vocal cord injury can be devastating. For Halle Morse ’20, who starred in the mega-hit Mamma Mia!, a battle with pseudocysts was motivation to reassess her career and pursue a Columbia MBA with the goal of leading a nationally recognized theater.
For years, retail studies director Mark Cohen has been predicting the demise of Sears — and drawing takeaways for today’s business leaders.
Hint: Being strategic with your career search can help you find the right role, faster.