Hirak Chakraborty - JMSB - Why an MBA?
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my program is the Masters off business administration, the MBA. The reason why I chose this program is because over my career I have learned a lot of analytical skills, a lot of technical skills. But I've always had a little bit of the strategic thinking skills lacking from my end on. It's not because of a deficiency in my part, but more because of my lack of experience. I realized that the rules I have been working on have not really built up my strategic thinking skills. Or rather, I have not had the opportunity off developing them. The N B. A really helps you develop these strategic skills through coursework, which promotes case analysis. You really have been understanding how ah business works, how it grows. What are the factors that are driving it to success are resulting in its failure, and accordingly, you can make recommendations to have that business become more successful or growth is these skills that are critical for any business leader toe grow in tow? Ah, global leader in the future, and that is why I chose the M B. The classes, in general are highly engaging. It's mostly based on a more participatory manner where everyone participates in classes and does case analysis. It's not just enough to simply regurgitate facts from pieces are from the textbook onto your exam papers. There's a lot of focus in having you do your own analysis of situations and developing recommendations from them. And perhaps the most interesting aspect is the fact that there is a lot off emphasis on collaborative work. You work in a lot of project groups, and that not only helps you develop much better results in projects, but also developed an understanding off how toe work with several people from different cultural backgrounds within work environment essential for any future MBA toe work in the professional world. Because you'll be working with so many different people from across the globe speaking different languages, different sensibilities. It not only helps you in your professional group, but also helps you develop a sense off emotional intelligence which can help you be a lot more successful in whichever environment you are working in. I think the biggest difference between an undergraduate and graduate academics is the kind of workload that you have also how you handle the workload, so there is a lot off emphasis on very efficient. I am management because you be handling a lot off projects and assignments. Final exam work. And this is critical because unless you learn how to prioritize your tasks, you cannot look Ato solving them successfully. This will directly translate when you enter into the workforce, because then you'll actually start managing your tasks in your workplace a lot more efficiently. Learn how to prioritize these tasks and deliver the best results possible.Lindsey's Reply -- I removed all subtitled text and have the first 3 seconds reflecting the student name & school. Am I supposed to cut the minute counts listed above in these notes?? Or were they merely the times that you wanted the text removed? Apologies, but I want to get this right.