Congratulations! You recently graduated from college and have often wondered how your life should proceed here on. Of the many subject areas you studied and excelled in, you remain curious about what it takes to work in projects, rather! So strong is your curiosity that you visited two construction projects in your city to observe how work is ordered and performed.
Julieth Paulini shares her experience working with Global X-Culture and her preparation for her upcoming presentation in Italy while completing her MBA degree.
I’m excited to bring the world of global sourcing and associated logistics to tomorrow’s business leaders. With an MBA, today’s aspiring corporate leaders have so many opportunities to experience a truly integrated mosaic of technology, business strategy and processes, and extraordinary breadth of demand signals. What great time to be learning and growing within a […]
WHAT IS GLOBAL LOGISTICS? It is the management of products and information about the products from one place to another, starting from the time they are produced until they reach the consumer. It includes coordination of information about inventory, shipping, materials handling, production, packaging, transportation, distribution, storage and security of products.
Traditionally, professionals trained in business administration, finance and accounting, international trade and logistics and executive management are effectively running various business operations. But in the contemporary global economic order where labor, capital, natural resources and entrepreneurship are integrated and interconnected with complex business models, it becomes difficult for managers to make competitive business decisions without […]
We are excited to announce that Dr. Kymm Watson has joined the School of Business! She will be leading the School of Business as our Dean. Dr. Watson brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience. To learn more about her specific experience please visit this https://blogs.viu.edu/2018/07/viu-welcomes-new-school-of-business-dean/. We hope you take a moment to […]
We would like to welcome our newest team member, Dr. Srinidhi (Shree) Anantharamiah. Dr. Shree brings a wealth of knowledge to the team and we are pleased to introduce him. Dr. Srinidhi Anantharamiah, or Shree, as he likes to be called, was born in Mumbai (Bombay), India and came to the USA when he was […]
The ultimate goal of learning in your programs is to apply that knowledge and obtain a position in your field of study. Below are 5 things that you can do now to assist you with getting that position when you graduate. Schedule an appointment with someone in Career Services and someone in the field. When […]
Jerry Johnston, one of the School of Business Program Advisory Board Members, offers his tips on job searching. Looking for a job is a full time JOB! Engage in interviews. As you are applying for jobs, you will hopefully also be interviewed. Being interviewed will hopefully lead to additional interviews and a job offer. Continue […]
The School of Business would like to thank Dr. Klinefelter for her time here as a professor, mentor, and Dean. Dr. Klinefelter brought a wealth of knowledge and a love of academia with her. She spent countless hours advising students and helping others grow. We wish her the best as she takes her next steps […]
Now that you have scored an interview with the company or organization of your dreams, it is time to get to work! Below, we will highlight how you can use the job description posted by the company to prepare for any interview and feel confident during the interview. The job description one of the […]
For any professional or college student embarking on their degree, reaching a wide network of like-minded people is essential to building a career in business. In the old days of job search, prospective employees typically cold-called HR departments and mailed out hundreds of resumes often with little result. For today’s job seeker looking for their […]
In my previous blog, I discussed about the importance of supplementing the knowledge gain from college with universal basic skills to become effective and efficient in a professional life. In this blog, I will focus on how networking skills will benefit new graduates to maximize their chance of getting their dream jobs. Career Development scholars […]
Is your cover letter as strong as your resume? Cover letters are just as important as resumes, but many job applicants don’t put the same level of effort into them as they do with a resume or do not include one at all when applying for a job. A good cover letter can make the […]
Before the summer fully begins and you actively review employment search engine sites, attend networking events, or, even visit the Career Services Department, take a few minutes to evaluate your résumé and what it says about you to potential employers. As a previous employer, I have reviewed pages of résumés that were submitted by […]
In today’s extremely competitive job environment it is increasingly important for each person to create a career brand so that prospective employers can easily understand who you are, what professional skills you offer, and based on your accomplishments, if you are the best candidate for the position. While brand development is an imperative for marketing […]
Many students in business school are wondering if the information they learned in the classroom are helping them in their professional development. Some are even questioning whether the courses they took are making them skillful or not. Carter & Izumo (2014) are arguing that the knowledge students acquiring in college are not enough to make […]
It seems like there are at least a zillion career choices today. How do you know which one to choose? To answer this question, you need to do some homework (about yourself!) There are many exercises that will help you. Here are a few to start with: Ask yourself some questions What does my “future […]
Each day we get up and start anew! We make millions of little decisions from the second our eyes pop open until we lay our head down to rest at the end of the day and we often forget that. What kind of decisions do we make? Here are just a few of the many, […]
Have you read the newly published PMBOK 6th edition, beginning to end? It is an awesome piece of work, an outstanding exemplar of a completed and acceptable project implementation – on schedule and on budget for sure. I am impressed by the overall organization of contents and how its flow of information warmly coaches the reader’s understanding and assimilation of fundamental knowledge necessary not only to be successful at the exams, […]