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March | April 2003
Who's Making What
Business schools and organizations are working in concert to increase the number of minorities getting management degrees. Here’s a look at a few of the programs—whom they’re targeting and what kind of results they’re getting.
Getting Grads on the Right Track
Graduates are entering a job market shaken to the core by a listless economy, dwindling budgets, and high-profile corporate shenanigans. It will take more than a 4.0 GPA for a student to land the perfect position.
Southwest Airlines’ Colleen Barrett says the organization operates on a principle that isn’t stressed much in b-school: genuine TLC for employees and customers.
Diving into the Dean Pool
Meet four new administrators who’ve just taken on the task of managing a thriving business school. Each brings to the job a unique set of credentials, and with it, a fresh outlook on what it means to be a dean.
A Matter of Reputation
In a market where every advantage counts, business schools are seeking ways to rise above the fray and raise their profiles among their peers.
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Building More Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Cultures
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