Oct. 13, 2020

010 // How to Ace Group Projects in MBA // Doyoun Kim - Cornell Johnson 2021

010 // How to Ace Group Projects in MBA  // Doyoun Kim - Cornell Johnson 2021

You cannot talk about student life without mentioning homework and assignments. In MBA particularly, a lot of assignments are group projects based, which means, you have to work with other students and rely on each other to finish it together. It’s not ea

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Meet Doyoun Kim 

Born and raised in South Korea, Doyoun is a second-year MBA student at Cornell Johnson. He worked for the automotive industry and experienced different roles in sales, marketing, and customer experience. While enjoying works there, Doyoun wanted to learn more about different parts of the world and to learn from people who have different backgrounds, so he came to US business school where he could belong to well-diversified student group. Doyoun did a summer internship at a management consulting firm and is targeting to join a start-up company as a business strategy consultant after building up more experiences about different industries and practices.  In this episode we talk about:
  1. Weed in the US
  2. Why are there so many group projects in MBA? 
  3. Challenges with group projects
  4. Group projects in the virtual setting 
  5. Advice for future MBA students
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