Be Generous at Work

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(This post written by Jodi Glickman was shared by Harvard Business Review on June 08, 2011.)

If you took a poll of critical skills most important to business success, you’d be hard pressed to come up with a list that …

By Jodi Glickman
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10 tips to look good in business head shots / professional corporate portraits / about me profile shots / staff photos

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(This post was shared by Adam Bronkhorst.)

I’ve been shooting professional commercial portraits for almost 10 years now and I’ve picked up a few tips that can really help out when having your photo taken. Lets face it, no one …

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Whatever It Takes

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When I was growing up, I idolized ballplayers who scrapped and worked hard to do what the team needed. They were always “whatever it takes” guys; lay down a bunt, hit behind the runner, hit the ball in the air …

By Michael K. Shaub
Michael K. Shaub Clinical Professor & Director of Deloitte Professional Program Director
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“Let Your Horses Run”

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(Thoughts on leadership penned by Michael A. Rodenberg, Chairman and  CEO of Murikami Manufacturing, USA, Inc. and Director of Murakami Corporation, North and South America; shared from his LinkedIn post)

In 2011, I returned to Kentucky for an opportunity to …

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Success Story: Robyn Peters, MBA Class of 2015, and Deloitte Consultant

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Robyn Peters wondered if she belonged in a top MBA program when she stepped foot on the Mays campus. Two years later, she ended up the valedictorian for the Class of 2015. During her two-year MBA experience, Peters volunteered to …

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Success Story: Jana Soares, MBA Class of 2018, and Google Associate Product Marketing Manager

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Named last year by Poets and Quants as one of the Best and Brightest MBAs for 2018, Jana Soares truly exemplified that title in the Texas A&M University Mays Business School MBA program.  Upon completion of her degree, Jana joined …

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Texas A&M University: Why It Pays to be an Aggie (published by MONEY, a TIME publication)

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See why it pays to be a Texas A&M University graduate. The school was also ranked as MONEY’s #1 best college that you can actually get into. Read more here: https://best-colleges. time. com/money/more-rankings/the-50-best-colleges-that-you-can-actually-get-into#/list

 

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Success Story: Bob Jordan, Executive VP of Southwest Airlines, and Mays MBA Class of ’86

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Watch as one of our “aMAYSing” former students Bob Jordan shares his journey from Texas A&M student to Executive Vice President of Corporate Services for Southwest Airlines.  Bob is a 1986 graduate of the Mays Business School MBA program

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Success Story: Stephanie Murphy, Chairman of MEI Technologies ad Alpha Space Test and Research Alliance, and a Mays MBA Grad

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Meet business executive and trailblazer, Stephanie Murphy, the owner and chairman of MEI Technologies, Inc. and the Alpha Space Test and Research Alliance, LLC.  She is also one of the “aMAYSing” graduates of the Texas A&M Mays Business School Executive …

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Top Employers Hiring Artificial Intelligence Talent

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Artificial intelligence is all the rage! It is a part of how we live and work every day. The following article by Forbes Staff, Jeff Kauflin, covers the top 15 companies hiring artificial intelligence talent. Did your dream company make …

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