In her second video blog, the MBA is in full swing – with one test down and the first consulting project underway. Induja talks about learning through play in Management Praxis classes, and how the course is directly applicable to working in a collaborative project team.
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About me…. A typical engineer with atypical dreams, I ventured into entrepreneurship – by starting a beverage alcohol company immediately after completing my undergraduate course in 2009. I enjoyed the unrivaled feat of introducing ‘Ready to Drink’ alcoholic beverages and other spirits in the Indian market. My decision to take a break from my business […]
The first seat of any day is inevitably the bike. Bikes are the connection between all the other seats in a typical Cambridge day. It never takes more than ten minutes* to get anywhere in Cambridge when you’ve got your bike. Three […]
CLIENT: AFRICA’S VOICES FOUNDATION (ALSO KNOWN AS SIMBA’S PRIDE) Members: Render Braswell, Sarah Burslem, David Pepper, and Vera Vasilyeva I write this from our apartment in central Nairobi, where we have had an extremely interesting week. We were able to meet a consultant working on the Well Told Story project (funded by the Gates Foundation) and an […]
This time last year I never imagined I would be sitting in a hall of residence, surrounded by the paraphernalia of student life, writing about my experiences of studying for an MBA at the University of Cambridge. And yet, here I am. I’ll admit my decision to go to business school raised a few eyebrows […]
To the unfortunate MBA student with a science and engineering background, corporate finance can be quite perplexing in the beginning; in fact, it may appear to be magic! First of all, it is intriguing that the value of an asset can be so subjectively quantified by market sentiment rather than by precise measurements. Second, most things […]