Students use learned strategies to negotiate among global peers during Global Network Week.
Global Network Week offers students a valuable opportunity to work with fellow peers from around the world. But what happens when you put them head-to-head, with each side confronting an organizational issue from a different angle?
The answer, according to Greg Hanifee, associate dean of the Kellogg Executive MBA Global Network, is the perfect cross-cultural experience — one that questions your methods and perspective while strengthening your skills for future on-the-job challenges.
Do you want to unlock the secret for a successful career with an international organization?
“Set your targets and go for it. Don’t wait for luck to happen.”
That advice comes from Udi Chatow ’05, strategy manager for education solutions at Hewlett-Packard. Chatow was one of four panelists who spoke at Kellogg’s Executive MBA Global Network Week on August 12. In addition to speaking about their individual career paths, the speakers offered five tips on how to succeed in a global career. Continue Reading