Latest News

  • What is Delta Air Lines looking for in MBAs?

    Delta Air Lines is one of the world’s largest airlines as well as the oldest airline still operating in the US. While some MBAs might feel that working for a company such as Delta won’t provide them with opportunities to be entrepreneurial, innovation is actually one of Delta’s stated values. Indeed, MBAs joining the company are given the opportunity to innovate at Delta through assignments that require them to analyze complex problems and provide solutions. To learn more about what it’s like to work at Delta Air Lines as well as what they look for when hiring MBAs, TopMBA.com spoke to the company’s director of talent acquisition, Glen Johnson. .. Read more >>

  • What it takes to Rise to the Top in the Consulting Industry

    What does it take to become an executive in the consulting industry? Newly released data from almost half a million professional networking profiles shows that, over the course of twenty years (from 1990 to 2010, based on this list), only 14% reach this milestone of career success: becoming a VP, CXO, or partner of a firm with over 200 employees. .. Read more >>

  • Getting MBA recruiters to remember you

    It’s unlikely that you’ve fought your way into an MBA program just for the fun of it; you’re in it for the wonders that a solid business education can do for your career. But as top-tier companies have a rather large pool of students from which to choose their newest hires, the truth is that your work is not quite done. .. Read more >>

  • What is A.T. Kearney looking for in MBAs?

    If you’re an MBA looking to go into consulting, you have probably heard of A.T. Kearney. What you may not know, however, is the emphasis the company places on its entrepreneurial and creative culture. In fact, company culture is a, “is a significant driver of our success,” states A.T. Kearney’s senior manager of campus recruiting, Shannon Anderson. In this interview, Anderson discusses what makes A.T. Kearney different from other consulting firms, as well as what they look for in their MBA hires. .. Read more >>

  • What is PwC's Strategy& looking for in MBAs?

    PwC’s strategy consulting group, Strategy&, was formed in April 2014 as a result of PricewaterhouseCoopers’ acquisition of Booz & Company. Its name aims to reflect strategy’s significance to the company’s brand and, indeed, the ability to connect strategy to impact is a central part of the company’s value proposition, according to Strategy& campus recruiting lead, Seema Malveaux. In this interview, Malveaux discusses what distinguishes PwC’s Strategy& from other consulting firms, as well as what the company looks for in its MBA hires. .. Read more >>

Follow our link

Latest Tweets