To put things in perspective, I have been walking this planet for a quarter of a century and have been born, brought up, educated and worked in a city called Pune in India.
It’s clear to me that left-brained people are more than capable of becoming successful entrepreneurs and should not be afraid of going down the new venture path.
Leaving a successful, advancing career to go back to school can seem like a huge risk
True leadership requires continuing introspection and strong character. So to answer my friend’s question, “Do you feel transformed yet?” I say: not entirely but I’m grateful to have started the journey.
The first day of my MBA journey at the Ivey Business School is one I will never forget. I remember walking into my first class with one of the outstanding faculty at Ivey,
This week, my classmates and I participated in Ivey Impact Day — a day dedicated to giving back to the London community through a series of activities
The stakes were high — a chance to impress McKinsey consultants, a trophy with your name on it, and, of course, bragging rights.
Last week I arrived at Ivey at 7:00 AM, almost an hour and a half before classes started. It was a sunny, brisk morning and the Ivey building was completely empty.
The biggest challenge of my life so far — that’s what the Ivey experience represents for me. Right now, I am so far out of my comfort zone that I doubt I will ever see it again, and I couldn’t be happier.
Before coming to Ivey, I worked as an Associate Principle at Meritco Services. While at Meritco, I was immersed in ten industries including CPG, healthcare, industrial goods...