Executive MBA

Times of India quoted Farrokh Langdana regarding the recent collaboration with HR College to deliver its Executive MBA program in Mumbai

Date: 
Monday, July 14, 2014
Location: 
Mumbai, India

Following in the footsteps of several management schools that have partnered with Indian institutes in the recent past to cater to MBA aspirants in the country, the Rutgers Business School (RBS), US, recently collaborated with HR College to deliver its Executive MBA program in Mumbai.

Farrokh Langdana, global director of the EMBA program, says, "With 50% of India's population under the age of 30, there are tremendous opportunities for niche education and skills training for young graduates. There is currently a huge demand for high-potential executives, trained to operate in different cultures, ready innovate and operate in various sectors from finance and marketing to economics and business analytics. Thus, we decided to bring the program to India."

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TAGS: Economics Executive MBA Farrokh Langdana Finance

Marisa Blackwell flourishes with a little help from her friends

Date: 
Monday, May 12, 2014
Location: 
Newark, NJ

Marisa Blackwell founded Cravings from her home in 2008, now operating from a modest space on Halsey Street.

At first she used her home and “borrowed” commercial kitchens as she gained her earliest clients, including Rutgers. For nearly six years, she has catered for Rutgers Business School’s Executive MBA program under a weekly, 150-person assignment that spans about nine months annually.

Cravings has operated at Halsey and Linden streets since 2010, thanks largely to some help from real estate investor and philanthropist Paul Profeta. With a zero-interest loan from the Profeta Urban Investment Foundation and guidance from Rutgers Business School, Blackwell was able to renovate the space and set up shop in one of the city’s main corridors alongside Broad Street.

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TAGS: Executive MBA Farrokh Langdana Paul Profeta Profeta Urban Investment Foundation The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

Founding director of Rutgers Executive MBA honored as one of the giants behind "powerhouse" program

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Philip Shaak, a retired professor and the founding director of the Executive MBA program, was honored on April 4 during an EMBA luncheon at Rutgers Business School.

Shaak, who once served as an associate dean, said he looks back at EMBA as the most exciting period of his career.

"I really liked teaching and that was the most exciting teaching time for me,” he said. "I was extremely fortunate in my career.”

TAGS: Awards City of Newark Executive MBA Farrokh Langdana MBA

Rutgers Executive MBA moves into top tier of Bloomberg Businessweek world rankings

Friday, November 22, 2013

Rutgers EMBA program ranks #26 in the world in survey, receives high teaching-quality grades in Finance, Strategy and Sustainability as well as for Curriculum and Support

TAGS: Executive MBA Finance Rankings Strategy Sustainability Teaching Excellence

Professor Langdana and Executive MBA alumnus team up on new book to explain complex forces driving global economy

Monday, September 30, 2013

The dynamics at play in the world economy can be head-spinning.

Tariffs, exchange rates, intra-industry trade are all factors that company executives have to weigh in a business world that is increasingly global and complex.

Rutgers Professor Farrokh Langdana and Peter Murphy, an alumnus of the Rutgers EMBA program and chief executive officer of DC Safety in New York, have produced a textbook intended to help fill what they describe in the book’s introduction as a void of MBA-level teaching material on international trade and global macroeconomic policy.

TAGS: Alumni Economics Executive MBA Faculty Insights Farrokh Langdana

Rutgers Executive MBA alumna is building non-profit to improve healthcare services in developing countries

Thursday, September 26, 2013

As Helen Kest completed her residency in pediatric medicine at a hospital in the Bronx, she couldn’t help comparing the level of care and services in the U.S. to what she knew existed in Nigeria, where she had grown up.

“The whole time my heart was breaking for Nigeria and other developing countries, where there aren’t these privileges,” said Kest, who graduated from the Rutgers Executive MBA Program in 2006.

TAGS: Alumni Executive MBA Health Care Nonprofit

Rutgers EMBA gave engineer a perspective that proved beneficial as he climbed company ranks

Friday, May 31, 2013

Gregory Sauter, an executive with the engineering titan AECOM Technology Corp. and a Rutgers Executive MBA alumnus, is happy to talk about the non-traditional start of his career.

TAGS: Alumni Executive MBA Finance

Three of New Jersey's top doctors bolstered their careers with Rutgers Executive MBAs

Thursday, May 30, 2013

 

When New Jersey Monthly published its annual Top Doctors edition late last year, the listing included the names of two physicians who were alumni of the Rutgers Executive MBA program as well as one current student who graduated with the Class of 2013 on May 22.

TAGS: Alumni Executive MBA Finance Health Care Marketing

KPI: What is a Key Performance Indicator?

Date: 
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Location: 
New York City, N.Y.

KPIs are often seen as a cure to what ails the online ad industry. During AOL's first-quarter earnings call in 2012, CEO Tim Armstrong discussed how he was trying to convince more advertisers to use them:

"The majority of our ad customers are running their display budgets off of KPIs (key performance measures like brand lift)," Armstrong told Adweek. "We need to reconnect brands to KPIs. We've sort of needed to shift from an older display model to a newer display model, and that’s something we’re working through."

Got that? It's time to reconnect with KPIs, man. Dive into that KPI goodness.

What are KPIs, you ask? The acronym stands for "key performance indicators." Like many phrases adopted by the online ad industry, it has a precedent. Every industry has its own KPIs. In retail, for instance, same-store sales are a KPI, while in the auto industry they might be inventory turns or manufacturing cycle times. "In every line of business there's some kind of metric that someone uses to gauge how they're performing and whether to judge success or failure," says Jing Suk, vice president and director of strategy and analysis at Digitas and an adjunct professor at Rutgers Business School.

(Professor Suk earned her MBA from the Executive MBA Program at Rutgers Business School and a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Rutgers College.)

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TAGS: Alumni Digital Marketing Executive MBA

Team of Rutgers Executive MBA students and alumni win MBA Sailing Cup in Singapore

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

SINGAPORE – A team of Rutgers International Executive MBA students and alumni won the inaugural MBA Sailing Cup in Asia outracing seven other business school teams in an April 13-14 weekend race in Singapore’s Marina Bay.

Sailing amidst Singapore’s towering skyscrapers, Rutgers Business School Asia Pacific’s banner passed the finish line first in four out of the ten races to win the championship.

TAGS: Alumni Executive MBA Singapore

Family Values

Date: 
Monday, April 1, 2013

Although Dental Health Associates CEO and President Dr. Clifford Lisman jokingly describes his approach to business as "winging it," he is taking steps to enhance his knowledge while working to improve the acumen of his staff. In 2012, Lisman began an executive MBA program at Rutgers University. "I've spent considerable time studying business on an informal basis for years, but I'm now looking to supplement my life experience with more formal experience in terms of business management," he says.

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TAGS: Executive MBA Health Care Students

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