This Flex exec helps women find their voice in big organizations

Featured: Sangeeta Lala, MBA ’15

By Meredith Somers | MIT Sloan Ideas Made to Matter | May 25, 2022

A 2021 women’s leadership study from LeanIn.org and McKinsey & Co. found that American women held 41% of corporate management positions, and women …

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Empathy Is The Most Important Leadership Skill According To Research

By Tracy Brower | Forbes | September 19, 2021

Empathy has always been a critical skill for leaders, but it is taking on a new level of meaning and priority. Far from a soft approach it can drive significant business results.

You …

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How To Use LinkedIn When You’re Not Looking For A Job

By William Arruda | Forbes | May 4, 2022

LinkedIn is one of the most powerful career growth resources you have when you know how to use it. Sadly though, many people still view LinkedIn as a tool for just one aspect …

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Poets & Quants 2022 Best & Brightest MBA

Featured: Kenny Groszman (MBA ’22, SM ’22)

By Jeff Schmitt | Poets & Quants | May 1, 2022

Kenny Groszman
MIT, Sloan School of Management

Note: I am enrolled in the MIT Leaders for Global Operations program, simultaneously pursuing an MBA and …

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Avoiding Reneging in the Job Search: How to Accept the Right Job for You

The job search process is intense and once you receive an offer, it feels like your next step is to accept. Employers, seeking to snap up the best candidates, might eagerly pursue you for an answer. But what if you …

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Midcareer advice from 3 finance professionals

By Meredith Somers | MIT Sloan Ideas Made to Matter | March 31, 2022

Like many other industries, finance has undergone significant change in the past 20 years. Seeking to tap the expertise of executives, we asked three MIT Sloan alumni to …

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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Jide Odunsi

Featuring Jide Odunsi (MBA ’14)
By Allen Lee | Money Inc. | March 23, 2022

Jide Odunsi is the co-founder and co-CEO of Moove, the world’s first mobility fintech start-up. Since its launch in Nigeria in 2019, Moove has grown exponentially, and …

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How To Avoid Taking A Job Where You Don’t Fit The Company’s Culture

By Mark Murphy | Forbes | March 28, 2022

It’s pretty obvious that you shouldn’t take a job at a company where the culture does not fit your personality. Sure, the money might be great, but before too long, their decisions, assignments, …

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5 Things Entrepreneurs Can Do To Be More Successful

By John Hall | Forbes | March 20, 2022

Entrepreneurs and business owners aren’t known for conformity. They go against the grain because settling for what already exists is less appealing than paving new paths. But this idealism and drive don’t come …

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M.B.A.s’ Latest Pitch to Investors: Skip the Startup, Invest in Me

Featured: Arielle Lawrence (MBA ’22)

By Lindsay Ellis | The Wall Street Journal | March 20, 2022

Plenty of M.B.A.s finish business school with a hot startup pitch for investors. The latest breed of student-entrepreneur is skipping the startup part and pitching …

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