Her MBA has especially helped Greenberg navigate program development. “There has been a certain amount of building something, seeing how it goes, pivoting, and going with the flow in this uncertain circumstance that has led to a better product in the same way that innovation does,” she says. “The pace of information flow, the kind of information flow. We are always rolling with it.”
Professor Daniel Wong proposes an agile framework to help companies prepare for future supply chain disruptions. These include increased resilience, digital transformation, geopolitical awareness and participation in local thought leadership.
“The first few weeks as an MBA student felt like being part of one of those survival reality tv shows,” Victor Cavalcante says, “You are being dropped off in the wild, trying to figure your new situation. You need to work, study, make sure not to neglect your relationships, and also get some rest.”
I am most passionate about playing a positive role in helping our students get where they want to go. For most of our graduate students, the time they spend with us is transformational. They create important relationships, gain relevant knowledge and skills, earn a valuable credential and — above all — pursue their dreams and aspirations. It is an honor to be part of that process.