Dealing with Rejection and Application Burnout

By: Brian Harrington

The application process for both full-time and internship positions can be a long and grueling process. While some may find their dream position within a few weeks, others could spend months searching for that ideal role and …

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5 Tips to Thank You Notes

By: Jyoti Devagupta

As interviewing season starts to ramp up, it seemed like a good time to talk about how to write a genuine and thoughtful thank you note. After every interview, you should send a thank you note that …

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Viewpoint: Why your company should support Coming Out Day – Boston Business Journal

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Written by Emma Brudner

Friday, Oct. 11, is National Coming Out Day. This year marks the 31st observance, and while much has changed for the LGBT community in those decades, other things have stayed the same. Coming out is a …

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The Benefits of Framing Culture as a Management System – MIT Sloan Management Review

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Written by Jason Korman

Corporate culture is undergoing a transformation. As organizations evolve and reinvent themselves in response to societal changes, new technologies, and competitive disruption, they’re finding that hierarchical cultures of the past must change as well.

And while …

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Knowing Yourself – Preparing for Interviews and Networking

By: Derek Yun

As a student in business school, networking and interviewing can be daunting tasks that seem to never end. It’s always important to complete the steps of researching the company, industry, and position to feel prepared; however, another …

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Following Up After the Career Fair

By: Lucas Mears

Career fairs can be tough. The prep, the research, navigating the crowds, talking to employers, giving your pitch, it isn’t easy. When the fair is over, you might think all the work is over too. It’s not. …

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Creating Your Pitch

By: Palak Warikoo

A career fair pitch, or an “elevator pitch”, is a short 30 second introduction about yourself to open the door to a more detailed conversation. It serves as an excellent opportunity to make a first impression with …

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Mastering the duality of digital: How companies withstand disruption – McKinsey Digital

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Written by McKinsey Digital

McKinsey research shows that established companies win by addressing digital strategy’s dual imperatives: building new digital businesses while digitizing legacy operations.

For established companies in an increasingly digital world, making incremental changes to long-standing business models isn’t …

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Why Asking for Advice Is More Effective Than Asking for Feedback – Harvard Business Review

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Written by Jaewon Yoon, Hayley Blunden, Ariella Kristal, and Ashley Whillans

You just gave a great first pitch to a major client and landed an invitation to pitch to their senior leaders. Now you want a second opinion on …

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5 Tips to Navigate a Career Fair

By Brian Harrington

5 Tips to Navigate a Career Fair

The career fair can be a great time to gain exposure to a variety of companies and types of roles. Whether you already know what you’d like to do, or …

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