In spite of all the monumental world, business and technological changes of the past several decades, one thing has not changed: A business is only as good as its people. And when it comes to the business of people, it was, is and will continue to be the domain and responsibility of human resource professionals. […]
When it comes to choosing a graduate degree program, the proverbial $64,000 question is always the hardest: “What do you want to do with the rest of your life?” Within your answer to that question lies the answer to this one: “Is a business psychology master’s degree right for me?” Of course, only you can […]
Of all the MBA programs, in all the towns, in all the world, which one is right for you? Well, in the immortal words of renowned actor Humphrey Bogart, the right MBA program should be “the beginning of a beautiful friendship.” Huh?! That’s right. Your future MBA program is a lot like a beautiful […]
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Can the process of choosing a college degree program be likened to following a recipe in the kitchen? Well, consider a simple recipe: a list of ingredients + assembly instructions = finished dish. If it were that simple, however, everyone would be a great cook. And, as you know from your last potluck (or, ahem, […]
The fictional character Yoda of Star Wars fame spoke what some believe to be one of the most important pieces of advice of all time: “Do or do not. There is no try.” You have embraced Yoda. You have decided to “do”—you are going back to college and you are finishing your degree. Congratulations on […]
First century author Publilius Syrus said, “Many receive advice, only the wise profit from it.” Although you probably seek the counsel of friends and family about the trivial things in life, such as, “What’s a good restaurant for an anniversary dinner?” or “Where’s the cheapest vacation spot for families?” if you’re like most people, you […]
Before computers, smart phones, and Google ruled our everyday world, one of the best ways to make a decision was to take a sheet of paper, draw a dividing line and label one side “Pros” and the other side “Cons.” Then you’d brainstorm as many pros and cons surrounding your decision (whatever it was), adding […]