Transcript: Management Communication (First semester) Focus Firm (Second semester) Marketing - anytime Organizational Behavior - anytime Strategy - anytime Case Competitions Curriculum Five-week Courses Accounting, Finance, Information Systems, Microeconomics, Operations, Statistics What Sets Baylor Apart? Fully-integrated curriculum with real-world focus High level of interaction Emphasis on values: teamwork, leadership, ethics International perspective Ranked 5th in the nation for Ethics in BusinessWeek's 2010 rankings of top 50 business school U.S. News and World Report, 2010 - #60 overall #4 - employment rate at graduation #2 - employment rate at 90 days Consistently listed in the Princeton Review's annual guide of best business schools Opportunities to Get Involved Prison Entrepreneurship Program Apply curriculum to current business situations Fall 2012 - Fossil Spring 2011 - HEB Fall 2010 - Best Buy Spring 2010 - Microsoft Fall 2009 - Patagonia Spring 2009 - AT&T Texas Shoot-Out Real Estate Challenge 2nd place GWU National Non-Profit MBA Case Competition 2010 - 3rd place Baylor's Ethics Case Competition Hosted here, national competition John Molson MBA International Case Competition Montreal, Quebec Baylor MBA Program Opportunities to Specialize A combination of theory and practice provides multiple opportunities for study across all functional areas Three core semesters create a team approach to learning and camaraderie among class members Campus Visit Day November 5, 2012 Baylor Venture Associates G51 - Austin, TX venture capital firm Questions? Baylor MBAs: Internships Summer semester only 100% placement in 2009 and 2010 i5 - Immersion Into International Interdisciplinary Innovation Corporate entrepreneurship Summer internship Shanghai, China About 75% of Baylor's MBA students are awarded some type of scholarship and/or assistantship Dean's Scholars International Fellows Graduate Assistantships Military Personnel Increase Your Market Value: Focus Firm Healthcare Administration Finance Information Systems Global Business Entrepreneurship Baylor Business Women (BBW) Networking, speaker events, community projects Demographics Semester-Long Coursework Case Competition Team Rice Business Plan Competition 2010 - 1st place Neeley Sales and Marketing Strategy Case 2010 - 1st place Big 12 MBA Case Competition 2010 - 2nd place Rankings and Recognitions Inmate consultation on new business ventures upon release from prison Employment rate among inmate graduates upon release is 93% Recidivism rate - less than 5% Avg. recidivism rate in Texas - 70% One of Beyond Grey Pinstripes' "Global 100" MBA programs Recognizes programs that integrate social and environmental stewardship issues into curriculum Ranked a 'Top Military-Friendly University' for 2011 by Military Advanced Education journal Fiske Guide to Colleges, 2011 Named a "best buy" in higher education for the past 5 years Career Fairs - anyone is welcome to participate in each fair National Association of Women MBAs September 29-30, 2011 - Dallas National Black MBA Association October 3-8, 2011 - Atlanta National Society of Hispanic MBAs October 13-15, 2011 - Anaheim Rankings and Recognitions Core-Based Coursework Career Mangement Scholarships and Graduate Assistantships Career Management Net Impact International nonprofit organization 15,000 MBAs worldwide Promotes sustainability and social change in leadership Career Placement Statistics December 2010 - 94% Placement at Graduation Average 2010 salary: $65,200 Focus Firm Companies Career Counselors Mock interviews Resume building 5-week Career Development course First and second semesters Career fair participation Trip to New Graduate Business Association (GBA) Career-focused networking, social events Recruiters of Baylor MBAs Enrolled in 2011: 49 students Gender Female - 35% Male - 65% Average work experience: 2 years International students: 19% China, India, France, Nigeria, Lithuania, Nepal, Albania, Romania, Ghana Make an immediate contribution Excel across many functional levels Work productively in teams Communicate effectively Demonstrate strong leadership skills Core 1 (First Semester) - Define Core 2 (Second Semester) - Discover Core 3 (Third Semester) - Deliver Online Resources CareerLeader - talent and skills assessment CareerShift & Hire-a-Bear - employment research tools and job postings targeting Baylor students Interview Stream - practice interviews online using a webacm
Transcript: NYU or UCLA Part-Time MBA Offer part-time MBA's Highly competitive Diverse communities Many opportunities Both Both New York University Stern School of Business New York University Stern School of Business 60 credits Up to 3 specializations - 9 credits each specialization Classes Monday-Thursday Curriculum Curriculum Stern Signature Projects: Offers tailored opportunities for students Partner with leading NYU faculty Research to help solve real world problems Experiential Learning Experiential Learning University of California, Los Angeles Anderson School of Management University of California, Los Angeles Anderson School of Management 44 core classes and 36 electives Curriculum Curriculum Help me find a job that goes at hand with what I'm studying 600+ companies are represented Fully Employed MBA Fully Employed MBA Salary Increase Salary Increase Companies Represented Companies Represented
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Transcript: Top twenty universities in the world Sixth among Ivy League universities -The Washington Monthly' Ninth as a "dream college“ -The Princeton Review 13th globally in an academic ranking of world universities -Shanghai Jiao Tong University 38th nationally -The Washington Monthly's First university to teach modern Far Eastern languages World's first degree in journalism and veterinary medicine First four-year schools of hotel administration and industrial and labor relations First U.S. university to offer a major in American studies 11th largest academic library (The Cornell University Library) -6th best by the Princeton Review Nation's first professorships in American history, musicology, and American literature. First doctorates in electrical engineering and industrial engineering Facts & Figures Study Abroad Hotel Administration (1922) View of Finger Lakes, Lake Cayuga, Fall Creek Gorge and Cascadilla Gorge Cornell Plantations David Starr Jordan (CALS, '69) Founder of Standford School Law (1887) Veterinary Medicine* (1894) School Size 20,939 53% Men, 47% Women Undergraduate Students 13,935 Graduate Students 7,004 Full-time Students 99% Percent Out-of-state 66% CALS Exchange Program Cornell in Rome Engineering Exchange Programs EDUCO ILR/UCD Dublin Program Master in European Business Research Abroad 245,027 living alumni 31 Marshall Scholars 28 Rhodes Scholars 41 Nobel laureates *Contract colleges: receive direct funding from New York State Student body make up Popular Areas of Study Christopher Reeve (BFA '74) Superman actor Undergraduate 2012-2013 Tuition and student activities fee: $43,413 Housing: $8,112 Dining: $5,566 Books and supplies: $820 Personal and misc. expenses: $1,680 TOTAL: $59,591 Slope Day - "College of Architecture Day" or Dragon Day Traying down Libe Slope Gorgeing Alma mater is "Far Above Cayuga's Waters“ Fight song is "Give My Regards to Davy" Student Life Campus Size: Large (745 acres) Campus Setting: Located in a regional city City/Town Size: Small City, less than 100,000 pop The Big Red Barn Chimes Concerts Cornell Ice Hockey 500 student organizations Outreach at Cornell "Into the Streets" Cornell University Glee Club secret honor societies: Sphinx Head and Quill and Dagger Ruth Bader Ginsburg (B.A. '54) Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court Found as New York's land grant institution Built on Ezra Cornell’s (senator) farm (209.5 acres) Inaugurated on October 7, 1868 First American university Andrew Dickson White was the first president. 412 men were enrolled Arts and Sciences (1865) Business (1946) Medical Sciences (1952) Industrial and Labor Relations* (1945) Medicine (1898) Seven undergraduate schools Seven graduate schools Two satellite medical campuses in New York City and Education City, Qatar --first American medical school outside of the United States Engineering Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services Agriculture Biological and Biomedical Sciences Social Sciences History Cornell University Graduate Studies (1909) Mascot “I would found an institution where any person can find instruction in any study” -Ezra Cornell Cesar Garcia Campus Endowed colleges: privately funded E. B. White (B.A. '21) Author of Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little Architecture, Art, and Planning (1871) “America’s most enlightened Town.” -The Utne Reader Tuition and Fees Alumni Bill Nye (B.S. '77) "The Science Guy“ Rankings/ Disticitions Agriculture and Life Sciences* (1874) "Touchdown," the unofficial mascot, was a live bear who was brought onto the field during football games. Human Ecology* (1925) Wilson Greatbatch (B.E.E '50) Inventer of the pacemaker Cornelliana Motto Engineering (1870)
Transcript: McKesson Business Analytics Trevor Compton, McKesson Area Sales Manager Dylan Sutton, McKesson Corporate Account Director Brian Gillett, McKesson Account Executive THANK YOU! Introduction and Agenda McKesson Team Introduction & State of the Business Trevor Compton, ASM Dylan Sutton, Corp. Accts Brian Gillett, AE Nicole Compton, McK Brands Agenda Spend Analytics Spend Analytics (insert time frame) How are we performing? How are we doing? Opportunities Opportunities Next Steps Next Steps
Transcript: 4. Working Girl Growing up, I didn't allowance because money was tight, so I’ve always wanted my own income. When I got my first job at Taco Bell on my 16th birthday, I thought it was the best present. For the next summers, I picked up trash at the county fair and scooped ice cream at Baskin Robbins. I used my savings to start an investment account and asked my dad to cosign with me for my first credit card. Although they were menial jobs, I appreciated them because I learned how to work in a diverse workplace, demands of customer service industry, valued of hard earned cash, and accountability. 2nd Resident Advisor Staff 1st Resident Advisor Staff 3. Vancouver, not BC; Washington, no DC I spent my middle school and high school years in Vancouver, WA, a less known city that I would have a difficult time explaining to people when I moved to the East Coast. I graduated top 1% of my high school. My parents started their first acupuncture clinic, Healing Sage Acupuncture and Herbal Clinic. 6. Ca Participating in Case Competitions 3rd Resident Advisor Staff Throwing up the peace sign at a zoo Organizing Global Business Case Competition Organizing events for residents Frozen yogurt run with residents 2. "Beautiful Country" Moved to the U.S. at age 8 when my parents got teaching positions at an Oriental Chinese Medicine college The Chinese translation of America is "beautiful country", telling of how Chinese immigrants felt about the prospect of moving to the U.S. Struggled academically and personally in 3rd grade Gradually improved my English with the help of my classmates and ESL teacher I organized calligraphy classes at the school to foster cultural understanding Chapters of My Life By Samantha (Jing) Xue 6. More Plantain Chips, Please 5. Sleepless in Seattle I worked as a Resident Advisor (RA) for three years. Initially, I saw the job as a way to pay for room and board. However, my three years as an RA dealing with alcohol or marijuana incidents, roommate drama, and residents who don’t shower developed my leadership, listening, communication, and conflict resolution skills. These skills help me immensely in professional and personal lives. I like cake and frosting, a lot! 1. Humble Beginnings First 4 years of my life were spent with my grandparents in rural villages that had no indoor plumbing and electricity at the time After being reunited with my parents at age 4, I lived on campus Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, where my parents taught and saw patients
Transcript: Organizational Commitment Behavior: A Comprehensive Data Analysis on the Commitment Level of Inspiro Dumaguete Employees Towards Creating Opportunity to Retain and Engage in Dumaguete City MBA Thesis Presentation by: Jeroel D. Sibala, RFC, REP CORPORATE OVERVIEW - Relia, Inc. has 31 centers in Japan catering to more than 700 clients. It has 10,500 employees in 12 strategic locations globally. - Inspiro is under the umbrella of Relia Group. Its sister company is Infocom, Inc. - Inspiro Dumaguete has 439 agents who are supporting for both local and international accounts. The study excludes BSGs, Supervisors and Managers. OVERVIEW THE PROBLEM THE PROBLEM FOCUS AREA 2 Allen and Meyer's OCB Theory OCB in Action OCB in Action
Transcript: What SUSTAINABILITY means to you? Megatrends in our business environment Explosion of the global population Global population 2010: 6.800 Billion 2050: 9.600 Billion Globalization Global pursuit of prosperity Booming Branch Green Business 2007: 1.400 Billion EURO 2020: 3.100 Billion EURO SUSTAINABILITY A new trend in Management “Companies in all branches need sustainable management and sustainable strategies.” Full-time One year Agenda Requirements Vision Content Learning outcome Students Fees facts Start: September 2011 Number of ECTS: 60 Entry requirements: Bachelor degree from a recognized University 2 years of relevant work experience Interview GMAT TOEFL Max. 40 students Vision Management and sustainability: To manage any company in a sustainable way So Business is business but in a new way Ethics Triple bottom line lot of new laws It is Business Management Innovation Long Range Perspectives Use, but never misuse labour, enviroment Never focus on just one stakeholder Focus On you On your personal development On increasing your managerial skills On increasing yours leadership skills Based on the assumptions: A globalized world A knowledge based society A strong requirement for creativity and innovation structure Assessment of your learning style Assessment of your personality Assessment of your leadership potential Development of your competencies and leadership styles Three groups of electives: The Global Company Innovation/entrepreneurship/creativity Environment/sustainability/CSR. Costs Tuition fee: 20000 Euros for the full program Living costs: 9000 Euros per year (approximately). ASB is your high quality choice at a reasonable price Outcome Personal development Knowledge A global perspective A global network Presentation skills Application skills Job accessibility Reasons for choosing ASB for your MBA A top 100-university A top 5 in terms of size Access to almost any academic discipline A stimulating and demanding program An informal environment Global networks A truly globalized country One of the most competitive economies in the world A culture of design and innovative In Scandinavia The Sustainable MBA
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