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4 Business Career Options Outside of the Office

Just because you're pursuing a business degree doesn't mean you have to follow the beat of the corporate drum after graduation day.

TAKE FIVE. A MOMENT WITH OUR ALUMNI – Dr. Irene Williams

Dr. Irene A. Williams is a Senior Contributing Faculty member for Walden University, College of Management and Technology, DBA program. She enjoys teaching and mentoring doctoral business students from around the world. Since 2000, Dr. Williams has worked in various roles in higher education related to academic affairs, institutional effectiveness and research, strategic planning, assessment, and accreditation in higher education.

Driven to Serve -- Working Mom Goes from Associate Degree to PhD

What fuels the desire to earn a terminal degree? The act of discovery? Developing the ability to innovate… to serve?

There are many motivations, as is the case with Dr. Barbara Schmidtman. As a loving parent, she and her husband, and a 2017 Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration NCU graduate, she wanted to show their three children, ages 21, 9 and 5, the power of education.

Flying High With NCU Alum Richard Sheng, Ph.D.

Dr. Richard Sheng’s 30 years of work in aviation has produced extraordinary results and recognition on two continents. He was selected in the 11th group of the Thousand Talent Program which was established by the central Chinese government to recognize and recruit international experts. During his 23 years working in the U.S.

10 Terms that Every MBA Student Should Know

Earning your MBA can be a real challenge, and with so many students pursuing advanced degrees in the field, it's easy to get overwhelmed in the shuffle.

6 Things Every Small Business Owner Should Know

Running a business is no walk in the park, much more so during the holiday season when Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, and Christmas shopping may make up the bulk of your business. 

We compiled six things every small business owner should know to succeed—from new technology to bits of advice entrepreneurs wish they had been told before they started their businesses. 

4 Things Business Owning Women Should Know

Many universities may offer you a degree that boasts a competitive edge in business and entrepreneurship, but seldom can prepare you with hands-on experiences and challenges that you may face in the workforce. This is especially true for women deciding to make their mark in specific industries.

7 Books That Every Business Student Should Read

Supplementing your studies by reading business books is a move in the right direction. Reading books about business offers many benefits, to include: 1) Enhance your business vocabulary 2) Teach you common business concepts and philosophies 3) Broaden your perspective 4) Challenge your beliefs 5) Introduce you to insights and ideas that could be worth millions in the future.

Building Creativity in Business Ventures

In today’s marketplace, consumers have many choices. As a result, businesses and entrepreneurs need to find ways to stand out in a crowded marketplace. One way to do this is through business creativity and innovation.

Gender Diversity in Today’s Classroom and Workplace

Gender diversity in the classroom, as well as gender diversity in the workplace, can play a role in our lives.

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