June 2014 archive

Homemade MBA Progress Report: June 29, 2014

Homemade MBA Progress Report 6-26-2014

This week I started the final course in my Homemade MBA plan – Globalization and You.  You can see my first impressions here in my appropriately named First Impressions: Globalization and You post.   Back to my beloved Gantt charts!  I haven’t updated these in a while, mainly because it wasn’t as critical to keep …

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First Impressions: Globalization and You

Globalization and You

First of all, well done with the introductory video.  Not only did you tell us what to expect in the class, you showed us a bit of personality as well. I like the fact that you filmed the intro video after filming the rest of the content, so you can refer to specific things that …

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Harvard’s HBX: a misguided MOOC

There was a fantastic article in today’s New York Times called “Business School, Disrupted.”  The article discusses Harvard Business School’s strategy for online education.  Their solution: charge $1,500 for three online business school courses.   Called the Credentials of Readiness (with the clever acronym CORe), your $1,500 investment grants you access to online courses covering Accounting, …

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