The EMFin helped me relaunch my career, get abreast of how the industry was transforming and take a more confident self back to the workforce.
Do you enjoy working with people and solving problems? If so, a career in business might appeal to you, and you might be surprised about how rewarding and flexible this career path can be. But what exactly do we mean by ‘business’? To begin with, every company needs professionals to operate efficiently in areas such as finance, sales, marketing, human resources and more, and broadly speaking, pursuing any of these fields is considered as working in business.
Up until now, the sequence of steps you took in your life may have seemed fairly obvious. You finished high school, and chose your undergraduate subject based on your interests. Or perhaps, you didn’t really have strong interests or opinions, and were happy to take advice and direction from your parents or school counsellors.
The INSEAD Consulting Club at the Singy campus recently invited me and other classmates who had received offers from the MBB consulting firms to share tips on approaching the consulting application and interview process. To avoid duplicating the efforts of the many case prep workshops, material and websites out there, I shared the unorthodox aspects of my approach, which resulted from my application of what I learned from violin lessons to consulting interviews.
INSEAD’s Master in Management (MIM) is the ideal launchpad for a global career. The academic content of the programme equips students with skills that are in demand by the world’s top employers, while hands-on projects ensure graduates have practical knowledge and experience they can immediately apply in their jobs upon graduation.
“Will INSEAD’s MBA really help me in my career?” “What are my options after an MBA?”
In this episode, we discuss careers and leadership in entrepreneurial startups, with a particular focus on Executive MBA careers. Approximately half of INSEAD graduates run their own companies at some point in their careers. Others join high growth ventures, lead entrepreneurial projects within corporations, or focus on social ventures. We discuss some of the challenges that present when running your own company. Featuring: Alexander Bregman, GEMBA'2016
Which Programme Suits You Best? Most people are familiar with full or part-time MBA programmes, but an often heard question is about the differences between an MBA and an Executive MBA programme. So, what exactly are the differences, advantages and disadvantages, and how do you know which programme would suit you best? This video and article contrasts the MBA and Executive MBA programme and highlights the curriculum, class profile, programme structure and admissions processes for both of them.
Being in the right culture unleashes our ability to create, work hard, and make sense of the world around us.
While I learnt a lot from the classes, I learnt even more from my fellow students