JWMI alumnus, Ed Wright, shares his perspectives on the Jack Welch MBA program. Learn what sets our program apart from JWMI students and alumni.
What’s better, to work for a bad boss at a good company or a good boss at a weak company? The answer should be a no-brainer.
Alumnus D. P. Prakash explains how a JWMI MBA provided him the expertise to help lead a technological team in a global environment and what to expect.
How can you tell when it’s time to quit your job? Four questions to ask yourself before making the leap to the next opportunity.
No one is perfect, not even your boss. But if you find yourself hating bosses more than you like them, you could be a boss hater. Help for boss haters.
The best thing that can happen to you as a boss is hiring a person who is smarter, more creative, or in some way more talented than you are. It’s …
Know where you stand within your organization? Forget 'rank and yank', using 'differentiation' aligns employee performance with a company's mission.
Ready to make that gut call? Relying on your gut instinct is usually helpful when it comes to looking at deals but what about when selecting people?
The team with the best players wins, right? The Four Es and a P evaluation to how you hire employees will take the pain out of the process.
Balancing the demand for quarterly results with the pressure for a profitable future is what good managers do for a living. How to eat and dream.
There are at least 5 types of dysfunctional directors that "serve" at many companies by our count. How to serve on a board alongside them.
Being a leader is perhaps the hardest challenge any of us will ever face. Avoid these six common leadership pitfalls to ensure successful leadership.
The modern marketplace demands that people possess a wide range of personal and work skills. But what core qualities are truly essential to possess?