In December 2014, right after receiving my MBA degree in the post, I also received an imperative (and suitably impenetrable) email from the LBS IT department advising me that I would be migrated to alumnus status as of the following Friday, meaning that my school email and electronic storage would shut down. So I was … Continue reading Why The MBA Was Worth It
During a fairly awful week in the winter of 2014, I ended up having to check into hospital with my son for a few days. I packed like a true introvert - one set of PJs, two books. The first book was required reading for our Paths to Power elective, taught by Gabe Adams, Assistant Professor of Organisation … Continue reading Power Vs Passion – Who Wins?
Maybe it's just me (i.e. some sort of self-confirmation bias or something similar that I should remember from my OB classes) but it seems that there's more and more talk about introverts since Susan Cain published her book "Quiet" in 2012. The book, by the way, is still, according to Amazon.co.uk, the no. 1 best … Continue reading Introverts and Parenting – The Final Frontier
Oh, the joys of managerial economics, as taught in an Executive MBA setting...the land of Qmax, Pmax and Δmax, of Cournot and Bertrand oligopolies and Nash equilibrium...actually, wait a minute! Nash equilibrium? “A Beautiful Mind” Nash? Russell Crowe Nash?! Yup, I know I have your attention now. (As an aside, if you don’t know … Continue reading Wicked Games – Bedroom Economics
So I went to this conference yesterday.* I am terrified of conferences. I love the bit about sitting there and listening to (hopefully) interesting people speak, but as I have been told countless times by well-meaning others, that's not the point of conferences - networking is. Conference networking - the dreaded combo. Even writing about … Continue reading What’s the RoI of an MBA?