Mindful of what she saw as the economic condition of the industry and the need for survival, Switzer worked a few positions after that first job collapsed. All brought necessary tools to her toolbox to eventually build her own business.
A CLASSIC DEBATE – is sales an art or a science? We offer the answer from a career sales professional: Doug Pitassi, President of Pacific Office Automation.
Consider this: here is a generation born with broadband internet. Wifi is ubiquitous; it always has been. They’ll likely never have a newspaper delivered to their dwelling, or perhaps not a cable TV package on their own dime.
Angel investors sound so nice, don’t they? So what happens when that group – who’ll cull through 30 to 40 applications per investment cycle to find their diamonds in the rough – gets caught up in their own niceness?
Dam Worth It – times twelve – will work to end the stigma around mental health through three pillars: education, resources and peer-based support.
Max Engelbrekt understands the iterative, methodical exploration of organization's data. He is, after all, a baseball player and a pitcher. A closing pitcher, to be precise.
Hansen, at 49, questioned whether it was too late to start an MBA program. But if not “now,” then maybe the answer was never.
Allrecipes received proposals from other business schools to potentially partner with, but Oregon State stood out.
An example of how an Oregon State MBA gives students an edge through hands-on projects involving real business problems with actual companies.
OSU business professor behind popular ‘Lord Birthday’ cartoons publishes first book.
Venezuelan fashion designer, Anielis Raas Lozada, Innovation Management MBA, is building a business plan to launch her brand in a world where the “fast fashion” model currently is the reigning theory for success.