MBA Essay Tips for Cornell’s Johnson School

Over the past several years Cornell University’s Johnson MBA program has revamped everything from the curriculum to the programs offered by the school to the application process. Candidates can now choose between a traditional two-year full-time MBA program and a one-year program designed for focused candidates with an educational foundation in business topics. Read More

Bad Professors? Poor Academic Supervision? Advice for Seniors on What to Do and How to Manage and Survive Your Thesis

Bad Professors? Poor Academic Supervision? Advice for Seniors on What to Do and How to Manage and Survive Your Thesis

One of the worst nightmares for any student working on an honors thesis, final year project or any important academic project is to receive poor supervision from an academic advisor.

What does poor supervision look like?

It really depends on your course, the expectations, academic culture and norms of your faculty. Read More

Reflections on a Crisis, Or the Case Study of a Condo-Conversion Fallout

Reflections on a Crisis, Or the Case Study of a Condo-Conversion Fallout

Just two or three years ago, some of the hot products that we could offer as affordable housing were these condo conversion communities, so popular in Miami and Broward counties. There seemed the best deals available; the developers provided assistance by offering office space to loan officers from mortgage companies and banks, so they could directly assist their buyers in securing the loans. Read More

Effects of Restaurant Loss Prevention on Increasing Revenue – A Case Study

Effects of Restaurant Loss Prevention on Increasing Revenue – A Case Study

It’s like waiting for the other shoe to drop. Even with the rising fuel and commodity prices, restaurants, from fine dining to fast food, have been holding off on raising menu prices because of intense pressure from consumers to keep prices down. On top of that, restaurant customers have been trained to take advantage and wait for deals. Read More

How to Create an Argumentative Essay

How to Create an Argumentative Essay

Argumentative Essay is actually a piece of writing which presents information on a specific topic or issue. While reading, the reader comes across some arguments either supporting or opposing the issue that is being discussed. The main reason why these kinds of arguments are used is to persuade many people to accept a particular idea or concept. Read More

Four Or Five States Of Learning – Bogglific On Facebook As A Case Study

Four Or Five States Of Learning – Bogglific On Facebook As A Case Study

This is the story of a friend of mine, whom we’ll call Jane, discovering Bogglific and getting better at it.

Bogglific and How It Is Played

What’s Bogglific? It is an on line version of Boggle on the social networking site Facebook. It is a 4X4 or 5X5 grid in which random letters of the alphabet are displayed. Read More