Under a clear blue sky, students from the Class of 2016 and the MAM class gathered around blue tables in the Evans courtyard on August 28. They mingled with club leaders, hoping to find answers to a pressing question: how should I spend my time at SOM outside the classroom? It was exactly during this time last year at the annual Club Fair that I learned about the Case Competition Club (C3), and decided to not only join the club, but also to join as a club leader.Read More
Every year a new crop of students starts the MBA program at Yale SOM. Every year these new students have to figure out how to balance academics, leadership development, clubs, and the career search. Fortunately, they have the benefit of hearing from those who’ve been there before.Read More
In the second year since its inception, the MAM program is one of Yale's most visible connections to Global Network for Advanced Management, the network of 27 international business schools that connects students and faculty with their peers worldwide to share ideas, case studies, and research. The MAM program offers graduates of Global Network schools the chance to spend a year taking classes at SOM and throughout Yale, deepening their understanding of today's most complex management issues.Read More
The time has come, our time as Yale SOM students is over but our paths together are only beginning.
Those that motivate us to keep going, and rumor says, that once you find something that can give you all of these six, will turn you into an addict: Significance, Certainty, Uncertainty, Connection, Growth and Contribution. That’s exactly what this past year was for me.
Significance refers to the idea of feeling unique, important and special – We are graduating from Yale, I’m sure that covers it.Read More
If you have had the chance to visit Israel, you will agree with me that it is a very unique country, enriched by different religions, cultures, global history, technology, and much more; and all that happening in country that is 424 kilometers long from north to south and 114 kilometers wide from east to west. This means that you can drive the country in almost 6 hours from North to South.Read More
As the inaugural guest for the MAM Presents Leadership Talk Series, Eric Spiegel, CEO and President of Siemens Corp USA made a visit to Yale SOM on April 8, 2014. The event was a resounding success not just for the MAM Program but also for the Global Network for Advanced Management at Yale SOM.
Let me begin by pointing out the obvious, Yale SOM’s entry into the top 10 ranking on Financial Times, or that Dean Snyder’s dream of making SOM the most global US business school, has been operationalized to the ‘T’.Read More