Leaders with honed strategic thinking skills, strong analytic competencies, and creative problem-solving abilities ensures that sports organizations can adapt to the changing consumer landscape.
Brian Gloede ran a startup that worked hand-in-hand with MBA students and recent business school graduates. But the guy who founded the company didn’t have an MBA himself. That’s about to change.
During the Eddie Brown Summit, IU MBA students learned not only how to identify their “limiting beliefs” and how to change the narrative of those beliefs.
Since starting business school, their travels have taken them around the globe. They’ve learned to “get comfortable with being uncomfortable.” They’ve learned how to say “no,” how to focus their career aspirations and where they’ll be spending their summer internships…
Adam Williamson, Jamal Pope, Stan Craft and DeAnna Hoy are studying at universities across the globe, focusing on cultural and business learnings while continuing to enhance their abilities as future global business leaders.