Here’s a video produced by Fuqua School of Business that shows their strategy for developing leaders for the 21st century. The class saw this video early in the London residency, on a gigantic screen with the volume cranked. You lose a little bit of the vibe with a smaller YouTube video, but the message is loud and clear all the same.
Rethinking the boundaries
December 4th, 2009 by Randy Zwitch · Business
I wasn’t really looking for a kick in the pants
December 2nd, 2009 by Randy Zwitch · Semester 2
So in a previous post, I was talking about how I took it easy after getting back from Dubai, and that I needed some motivation. I had just finished the Managerial Economics exam (which I killed by the way, sorry for you curve riders!) and started the airline decision model, and I hoped these two assignments would keep me in forward motion. I still offered that anyone who wanted to give me some words of motivation were free to do so…but I reckon the professors have taken care of that for me.
Over Thanksgiving break, there was a Decision Models quiz (Monte Carlo simulation), a Decision Model team project (estimating olive oil demand), and the following is due by December 8th:
- Decision Models quiz (Optimization)
- Decision Models team project (molasses)
- Decision Models personal project
- Managerial Economics demand estimation team project (pies…is it just me, or is the Fuqua theme after “Leader of Consequence” turning out to be food and drink?)
- 2 1-hour classes Saturday, along with some videos/modules to watch before class
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Work Ethic – Dubai v. London
December 1st, 2009 by Andrea Weinberg · Residency 2: Dubai
What can I say? Residency #2 (Dubai) was drastically different from Residency #1 (London). This is most clearly evidenced in my notebooks… and my tan. Looking back to study for the DM quiz, I found nothing of value except for a messily scribbled “so hungover” on day 3 and some cute doodles. What was it about Dubai that got in the way of schooling?
To be clear, I am a pretty meticulous student. I am always focused and am rarely unprepared. The feeling of not understanding what is being discussed in class can put me on the verge of a panic attack – so naturally I do my best to avoid this feeling by paying close attention and staying up-to-date on assignments.
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