When the world’s largest professional network and top workforce data firm both call for higher education reform, it’s time to listen.
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As millions of workers rethink how they want to live and work—with a recall to physical offices triggering mass resignations throughout the global workforce—employees are surveying their current career landscapes with increasing dissatisfaction and are switching jobs, changing career paths, or just flat-out quitting as a result.
Digitization and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are advancing at speeds once thought impossible—revolutionizing the way we live and work, and driving labor needs in a transformed global workforce.
One of the most rigorous yet valuable aspects of earning a Rutgers Master of Business and Science (MBS) degree is the focus on experiential learning: the constant application of classroom instruction in real-world situations, both in regular coursework and via formal programs such as MBS's Graduate Internships Program—through which 11 students applied their integrated science and business knowledge this summer.
On August 3, 2021, and August 10, 2021, respectively, more than 150 students split among 39 multidisciplinary teams gave info-packed and visually engaging presentations that detailed their summer-long externships as part of Rutgers Master of Business and Science (MBS) degree program's Externship Exchange—a unique, experiential program through which students are matched to corporate-sponsored small projects that they take from start to finish.
All successful leaders possess one universal, critical skill: they can masterfully strategize and harness two of the most valuable resources available to any one person, organization, or entity: Time and energy.
A few decades ago, it was so much easier to find space—physical /mental/ intellectual—to do the logical parsing. These days? Not so much.