To say the business of business is changing would be an understatement. Every industry and organization has seen a seismic shift in how they operate, becoming faster and more connected because of digital technology. So what does that mean for you?
We all live, work and compete in an age of digital disruption. At the UCI Paul Merage School of Business Full-Time MBA program, you will learn to think creatively about challenges and opportunities arising from emerging technologies. As a digital native, you’re comfortable in today’s technologically advanced environment. But how will you lead others who may be intimidated by it? How will you develop the cross-functional management skills required to take your organization – and your career – to the next level?
Whether you are looking to enter a new profession, enhance your current career path or start your own entrepreneurial venture, the Merage School Full-Time MBA will help you become a confident and respected leader in our digitally driven world. You will learn in tight-knit cohorts alongside likeminded business professionals – you are not just another number in the classroom. Each student receives personalized attention from staff and faculty within our collaborative culture. Our curriculum is rigorous and provides students with specialized tracks of study, and dedicated career services help ensure you find the right career path whether it is in sunny Southern California or anywhere in the world.
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A team of three Full-Time MBA students from the UCI Paul Merage School of Business competed in the Notre Dame MBA Tech Innovation Challenge, taking home first place and a cool $6,000. The final event was held April 22 at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana. Focused on blockchain, this year’s case competition final event featured seven teams from top universities across the country.
Professor Mary Gilly comments on the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia coffee shop and how the incident should be treated as a broad-based wake-up call for Starbucks - and for other brands as well.
Margarethe Wiersema, a corporate strategy professor at UC Irvine’s Paul Merage School of Business, says prior to the 1980s CEO pay wasn’t “so extravagant.” [Subscription required, you can request an electronic copy of the article by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.]
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