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Category Archives: Professors
BYU JD/MBA alumni Justin Jory joins Marriott MBA Today to tell us about his exciting journey from Investment Banking on Wall Street, to Private Equity in Utah, and now running his own Search Fund. Justin also teaches a very popular … Continue reading
Ethan Lindstrom shares stories from his international HR trip to Mexico with Honeywell, what happened when they got pulled over by the police, and why you should take the the International HR class.
Nate Mortensen and Tori Dumke discuss the characteristics of a Hawes Scholar, the original scholarship fund donors, and their feelings about being named as two of the ten $10,000 Hawes Scholar Award recipients for 2015. The 2015 Hawes Scholars are … Continue reading
Melanie Goulding sheds light on an amazing and yet not well known program to encourage diversity in BYU’s MBA program. The MBA Academy creates a pipeline for diverse candidates and helps participants prepare for admission into the MBA program.
In light of the recent drop in oil prices, Hal Heaton addresses the state of the economy, market forces and what these new developments mean for MBA students.
Lee Daniels, Associate Teaching Professor of Marketing, and Ryan Hanson, founder of the MBA Global Management Association, share their experiences planning and leading MBA Study Abroad trips to Asia, Europe, and South America.
Professor Barrett Slade and Matt Robinson talk about their recent trip to Europe where nine students visited with companies to learn about international real estate opportunities, and to see who could eat the most crepes in one day.
Liz Dixon shares about her consulting projects and the 3 components of a successful business presentation.
Liz Dixon discusses her MBA 693R: Communication for Business Leaders class. She also gives her advice for interview preparation.
Liz Dixon, professor at the Marriott School, discusses how she started teaching and her 3 top tips for building a strong resume.