The Road Less Traveled
Over the past 11 months, Webster University's Global MBA inaugural class traveled the world earning their degree and becoming true global citizens. Their route included everything from streets, mountain trails and autobahns to canals, rural paths and underground rails. Now as Webster University's Global MBA Class of 2010 prepares for orientation, The Class of 2009 is sharing their secret to success; Always take the road less traveled.
Click here to watch their group interview. Click here to read Global MBA Director Anne Browning's interview for "MBA Goes Global" as published in St. Louis Commerce Magazine.
Getting IT on the Dean's List
This week, the disciplines of computer engineering and computer science made it into the Top 5 of Forbes' College Majors With The Best Starting Salaries list. With more companies focused on efficiency, some predict IT jobs will increase by 50% in the next six years.
Right now, most of the jobs can be found around America's borders in New York, Washington DC, Florida, Texas and Arizona. Reporter Bill Beggs asked leading business school academics (including the SBT's Dean Benjamin Akande) what the middle of the US must do to keep IT jobs and professionals from fleeing to the coasts.
Click here to read Dean Akande's IT interview.
SBT Faculty Featured on CNN.com
What do you do if you don't trust your boss? When not teaching for The School of Business & Technology at Webster University in San Diego, author (More Than A Minute: How To Be an Effective Leader and Manager in Today's Changing World) and entrepreneur Holly Green heads up The Human Factor Consulting Firm as CEO and managing director. This week she was also the go-to expert for CNN reporters and CareerBuilder when they asked how to best handle it when your confidence is shaken at work.
Click here to see Holly Green’s interview with CNN.com