Tag: MBA Study Tools

MBA Twofers – What Are They and How Do You Get Them

‘Twofer’ is a slang term that describes an item that is selling two for the price of one. So what is an MBA twofer you ask? An MBA twofer is a phrase that I use to describe a concept whereby an MBA student takes advantage of the opportunity to gain at least one additional benefit from an assignment they must complete for one of their MBA classes. Many MBA class assignments have MBA twofer potential, however exploiting that potential is at the discretion of the individual student. Therefore, exploitation may well be a function of student insight, vision, and motivation. Let me explain.

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LastPass – A Free, Easy, & Secure Way for MBAs to Manage Passwords

In last Friday’s MyeEMBA Blog post, I ask the question, “How many passwords does it take to start an MBA program” as a way of introducing you to password management applications and suggesting that most MBA students would benefit from their use. Today, I want to introduce you to LastPass, a password management application that I use. I currently use the free version and am extremely satisfied with its ease of use and capabilities. Learn more about LastPass by reading the rest of this post.

Prepare My Own MBA Personal Learning Guide

Your Personal Learning Guide helps you, your employer and even your MBA team members get the most from their program investment. The goal is to apply what you have learned in your MBA program to your career situations. The Personal Learning Guide concept is the work of Dr. Robert O. Brinkerhoff, an expert in learning effectiveness and author of The Learning Alliance. I adapted the concept and created a tool for MBA students, primarily for Executive MBA, part time MBA, and online MBA students.