GWSB MBA Alumni Stories

January 24, 2012

in Alumni Stories,GWU School of Business,MBA experience

This post is just a brief introduction to the article I am preparing for publishing tomorrow. I am planning to have stories from the GWSB MBA alumni published on this site. Basically, I am interested to hear from them about:

  • why they decided to pursue MBA in the first place, why part-time, why GWSB
  • their overall experience with the part-time MBA program at George Washington University School of Business
  • what value they were able to extract from the program (if any)
  • how/whether the program helped them in their post-MBA career, or other goals they had set for themselves
  • whether the program met their expectations
  • whether they got the expected ROI for their MBA degree
  • any positive highlights
  • any grievances they might have
  • any advice they could give to current and prospective MBA students

These are just general guidelines I will request them to consider in order to help them formulate their posts, not a rigid format. So far I reached out to one of my classmates, Brian Fitzgerald, with whom I had one class together – Consultative Processes – in Fall 2010 term. We also worked with him on a group project in that class. Brian has graciously agreed to write about his experience and tomorrow you will have a chance to read the first guest post on this blog. Hopefully, I will be able to invite more of my classmates to participate in this new project at my blog, and Brian’s post will be the first in the series of alumni stories. I am actually also going to ask some of the students from the full-time MBA, called Global MBA at GWSB, and see if any of them would be interested to share their stories. I hope these stories will be interesting not only for me, but for all readers of my blog who are considering the MBA degree in general, and part-time MBA option in particular, whether it is in GWU School of Business or any other Business School.

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