As part of its commitment to sustainability, The School of Business partners with B Lab, a non-profit organization in charge of assessing corporations that want to become Certified B Corporations, a prestigious distinction that reflects a company’s passion for social and environmental sustainability.
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ROI doesn’t have to be a purely financial ratio, nor is there a single ROI to consider. In addition to salary, you should consider returns like the availability of networking, internship, and career opportunities. You should also think about the cultural and personal benefits: Will an MBA fulfill an unmet intellectual need for you? Will the degree help inspire your self-confidence?
A business’s purpose is to satisfy a market’s unmet needs and/or wants. As such, businesses are constantly being redefined in the ways that they meet market needs and wants.
We can redefine business to be about more than just profit. I am a big believer in the triple-bottom-line, and it makes long-term economic sense. We discuss this in the classroom, and I hope our work can help students be change agents in the business world.
It only takes about 20 months.
At the starting line, 20 months feels like a marathon. At the finish line, it feels like a sprint. As my farewell to the School of Business, I have some parting thoughts to share: