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Consumer services executives for the world's most powerful consumers
Consumer services executives for the world's most powerful consumers

Meet three of our very successful female EMBA alumni who are currently enjoying dynamic leadership careers in the consumer services industry in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Written by Pamela Foster BradyJuly 6
Women executives positioning the supply chain for global growth  
Women executives positioning the supply chain for global growth  

Although a traditionally male-dominated field, the Executive MBA programs at the Naveen Jindal School of Management are helping shift the female-to-male workforce ratio in supply chain and compliance by providing high-quality education to the future

Written by Pamela Foster BradyJuly 6
EMBA female leadership series: Women programmed for success in technology
EMBA female leadership series: Women programmed for success in technology

the Executive MBA programs at UT Dallas’ Naveen Jindal School of Management are helping shift this underrepresentation of women in the technology field.

Written by Pamela Foster BradyJune 27
Breaking barriers for female-led companies
Breaking barriers for female-led companies

Take a closer look at some of our women alumni and how these leaders embraced their education to make changes in the world around them.

Written by Pamela Foster BradyJune 27
How Tuition Reimbursement Could Help With Your EMBA/GLEMBA
How Tuition Reimbursement Could Help With Your EMBA/GLEMBA

Ready to take the next step in your career? An Executive MBA could grant you the theoretical knowledge and soft skills needed to advance in a competitive workforce.

Written by Pamela Foster BradyJune 12
Difference between Executive MBA and Professional MBA
Difference between Executive MBA and Professional MBA

UT Dallas offers five paths to earning an MBA. Each MBA requires 53 credit hours to complete and all are accredited by AACSB – the gold standard for business schools.

Written by Pamela Foster BradyJune 12
Balancing life, work and the EMBA
Balancing life, work and the EMBA

How am I going to be able to maintain balance between work, school and family? I remember asking this question as I was talking with Pamela Foster Brady, director of the Jindal School’s Executive MBA program.

Written by Sarah ColmarkJune 12
Considering an Executive MBA?
Considering an Executive MBA?

Taking on additional commitments is a challenge for professionals. Committing to a rigorous 21-month Exec MBA program is significant. Investing in yourself, however, will pay dividends long into the future. Here are key benefits to earning an Exec MB

Written by Pamela Foster BradyJune 12
5 Key Qualifications for an Executive MBA Student
5 Key Qualifications for an Executive MBA Student

As you are considering applying for the Executive MBA program at The University of Texas at Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management, consider five qualities necessary to excel in our program.

Written by Gil SadkaJune 1
Executive MBA Advice from a Professor
Executive MBA Advice from a Professor

You will be a different, better, person when you graduate in two years. But how do you get the most out of the executive MBA experience? How will you succeed? How will you get your money’s worth? I offer three tips:

Written by Warren StricklandApril 17
Looking Beyond the Rankings
Looking Beyond the Rankings

Mark Twain popularized the quote, “Lies, damn lies and statistics.” I often feel the same way about academic rankings.

Written by Pamela Foster BradyMarch 28
Redefining the strategic role of HR
Redefining the strategic role of HR

HR must understand the heartbeat of the organization and translate back to the CEO how employees are embracing and adapting to the constant change that businesses are experiencing nowadays.

Written by Larry SolomonJuly 7
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Tour of the Korean DMZ
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Tour of the Korean DMZ

The class visited The DMZ, effectively a 2.4-mile-wide, cease-fire zone that runs along the border of North and South Korea for approximately 150 miles.

Written by EMBA and GLEMBA Study ToursJune 23
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Visit to Samsung Headquarters
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Visit to Samsung Headquarters

The EMBA and GLEMBA team visits Samsung to learn about their strategy to regain worldwide consumer trust and return to No. 1 and also about their innovative products and newest technology.

Written by EMBA and GLEMBA Study ToursJune 21
Writing Your EMBA Admissions Essay: What Schools Expect
Writing Your EMBA Admissions Essay: What Schools Expect

Your graduate program admissions essay will land in the hands of an admissions officer and they will spend five minutes reading it. Get to know what EMBA admissions counselors are expecting from your essay and tips to make it stand out.

Written by Keypath EducationJune 20
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Tour of the Bank of Korea Museum
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Tour of the Bank of Korea Museum

EMBA and GLEMBA class had the opportunity to visit the Bank of Korea Museum that had been built in 1912.

Written by EMBA and GLEMBA Study ToursJune 19
Effective Crisis Communication Planning: What Do You Do Before Everything Goes Wrong?
Effective Crisis Communication Planning: What Do You Do Before Everything Goes Wrong?

If a disaster were to occur, what steps would your employees, customers and managers take to communicate with each other? Every organization should have a working, well-communicated crisis communication plan. Read how to create such a plan.

Written by Keypath EducationJune 19
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Visits to Incheon Port and TOPIS
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Visits to Incheon Port and TOPIS

EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Visits to Incheon Port and TOPIS

Written by Pamela Foster BradyJune 16
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Visit to the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Visit to the Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange

EMBA and GLEMBA 2017 visits Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE), the symbol of a market economy in a country that was built on socialist principles.

Written by EMBA and GLEMBA Study ToursJune 12
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Lunch With the American Chamber of Commerce
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Lunch With the American Chamber of Commerce

Lilly with the American Chamber of Commerce had arranged for us to have lunch at the New World Hotel. We had three guest speakers — all governors for the chamber, known here as AmCham.

Written by Pamela Foster BradyJune 6
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Visit to IDG Ventures Vietnam
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Visit to IDG Ventures Vietnam

The second GLEBMA/EMBA business meeting in Ho Chi Minh City was with IDG Ventures Vietnam, a venture capitalist fund specializing in the media and technology space.

Written by EMBA and GLEMBA Study ToursJune 2
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Tour of Agility Logistics
EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 Tour of Agility Logistics

EMBA and GLEMBA Class of 2017 shares their visit to Vietnam and the opportunities and challenges in the Logistics industry.

Written by EMBA and GLEMBA Study ToursMay 25
The Who, What, How and Why of Internal Controls
The Who, What, How and Why of Internal Controls

Who's involved with the internal control system? EVERYONE. John Barden will tell you why.

Written by John BardenFebruary 28
GLEMBA Class of 2016 Visit to Head Held High Foundation
GLEMBA Class of 2016 Visit to Head Held High Foundation

The last company visit for the GLEMBA 2016 international trip to India was to Head Held High Foundation (HHH), a nonprofit organization in Bangalore. Read to find out about the insights of the trip!

Written by Veronica VazquezSeptember 8
GLEMBA Class of 2016 Visit to Safran Engineering Services
GLEMBA Class of 2016 Visit to Safran Engineering Services

The GLEMBA class of 2016 second visit with Safran India Private Limited took place in Bengaluru, the center for the Safran Engineering Services. Katie Boyle gives us a recap of the trip in this week's post.

Written by Katie BoyleAugust 30
EMBA Class of 2016 Visit to Rand Merchant Bank
EMBA Class of 2016 Visit to Rand Merchant Bank

In this post from the international study tour to South Africa, Neil Kier comments on their meeting with former chief economist of Rand Merchant Bank and professor of economics at Stellenbosch University, Rudolf Gouws.

Written by Neil KierAugust 19
EMBA Class of 2016 Visits Robben Island
EMBA Class of 2016 Visits Robben Island

Read the sixth post about the EMBA Class of 2016 International study tour to Robben Island.

Written by Brett SnyderAugust 12
GLEMBA Class of 2016 Visit to Lightspeed Venture Partners
GLEMBA Class of 2016 Visit to Lightspeed Venture Partners

The key to doing business in any market is to keep a long-term perspective, says GLEMBA writer Lisa Klugiewicz. Find out what the GLEMBA class of 2016 learned with Bejul Somaia from Lightspeed Venture Partners in India.

Written by Lisa KlugiewiczAugust 5
GLEMBA Class of 2016 Tour of Safran India Private Limited
GLEMBA Class of 2016 Tour of Safran India Private Limited

The GLEMBA Class of 2016 international study tour met with the CEO of Safran India Private Limited in Delhi, India. Read the next post in this series written by Katie Boyle.

Written by Katie BoyleJuly 29
EMBA Class of 2016 and South Africa’s Department of Energy
EMBA Class of 2016 and South Africa’s Department of Energy

Tyrone Taylor gives us the know-all of the challenges in managing and regulating the energy sector at the Department of Energy in South Africa.

Written by Tyrone TaylorJuly 26
EMBA Class of 2016 Tour of Eddels Shoes
EMBA Class of 2016 Tour of Eddels Shoes

EMBA class of 2016 toured the Eddels Shoe Factory while learning the business model and shoe-manufacturing challenges of the big-name brand in South Africa.

Written by Rich CookJuly 18
EMBA Class of 2016 Tour of Hulamin Aluminum
EMBA Class of 2016 Tour of Hulamin Aluminum

In this series of posts from the EMBA class of 2016 trip abroad to Africa, Kiran Devaprasad chronicles the tour of Hulamin Aluminum in South Africa.

Written by Kiran DevaprasadJuly 15
EMBA Class of 2016 Tour of the Port of Durban
EMBA Class of 2016 Tour of the Port of Durban

The EMBA Class of 2016 toured the Port of Durban. This is the second in a series of posts by EMBA Class of 2016 members about their international study tour to South Africa in April.

Written by Will WhiteJune 28
GLEMBA Class of 2016 Tour of the Taj Mahal and Agra Red Fort
GLEMBA Class of 2016 Tour of the Taj Mahal and Agra Red Fort

The GLEMBA class of 2016 toured the Taj Mahal and Agra Red Fort. Read the details, as told by Tooran Khosh.

Written by Tooran KhoshJune 17
EMBA Class of 2016 Trip to Shakaland
EMBA Class of 2016 Trip to Shakaland

Shakaland has been known as 'the greatest Zulu experience in South Africa.' EMBA Class of 2016 student Hunter Jarvis gives us an inside view of his personal experience abroad.

Written by Hunter JarvisJune 6
Executive MBA Student Places Second in International Contest
Executive MBA Student Places Second in International Contest

It was a close call for John Setty, but he ultimately came out as a winner. Read how this Executive MBA alumnus won second place in the Fall 2015 CAPSIM Foundation Challenge.

Written by Kris ImherrJanuary 6
Jindal School Entrepreneurs Wow Judges at UT Dallas Business Idea Competition
Jindal School Entrepreneurs Wow Judges at UT Dallas Business Idea Competition

The winning ventures of the UT Dallas version of “Shark Tank,” the 2015 Business Idea Competition, used technology, one to improve efficiencies in the transport industry and the other to create a more connected home, vehicle and entertainment center.

Written by Jill GlassDecember 16
UT Dallas GLEMBA International Study Tour: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Singapore
UT Dallas GLEMBA International Study Tour: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Singapore

In the fifth and final installment of her international study trip series, Pamela Foster Brady takes us on a journey of her trip to Malaysia and Singapore. Check it out!

Written by Pamela Foster BradyOctober 21
UT Dallas GLEMBA International Retreat
UT Dallas GLEMBA International Retreat

The international retreat serves to blend classroom learning with the cultural exposure of an international country as students kick off their global track within the GLEMBA curriculum.

Written by Pamela Foster BradyOctober 12
EMBA Programs International Study Trips: Athens, Greece and Istanbul, Turkey
EMBA Programs International Study Trips: Athens, Greece and Istanbul, Turkey

Our EMBA program recently took a trip across the pond. Along their way they went to Athens, Greece and Istanbul, Turkey. Read more about their study abroad experience here.

Written by Pamela Foster BradyOctober 5
How the Locations of the International Study Trips are Selected
How the Locations of the International Study Trips are Selected

In the second installment of this five-part series, learn more about how international study trip destinations are chosen by the Executive MBA program.

Written by Pamela Foster BradySeptember 28
The Value in International Study Trips
The Value in International Study Trips

Study abroad programs are an important element to any college experience. Learn more about some of our international study trips from EMBA Director, Pamela Foster Brady.

Written by Pamela Foster BradySeptember 23

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