Describe a global business challenge and its relevance to your post-MBA career.
A global business challenge that one foresees and anticipates to encounter after graduating from MBA is managing and motivating a culturally diverse workforce and determining how technological applications could be used as an instrumental factor in enhancing performance and productivity in the global work setting. As global organizations recruit, maintain, and develop human resources from varied cultural backgrounds, there is increasing challenge in determining motivational factors across culture and those that complement the culture of the organization. Likewise, with advances in technology, one expects greater challenges in using these applications in global organizations that encompasses all functional operations: marketing, finance, human resources, operations, administration, among others. All of these are relevant in one’s post-MBA career since theoretical frameworks would be put to test and one would determine how to best apply the concepts learned from various MBA modules.
Why do you want to attend our university’s MBA Program?
One firmly believes that the university’s MBA Program is one of the best among universities in the U.S. which offers a multi-disciplinary approach in teaching and supporting the students’ academic needs. One expects to enhance theoretical knowledge, as well as improve competencies and skills in leadership, decision-making, problem-solving, communication, and conflict negotiation, to name a few. Likewise, with the thrust in integrating course modules to globalization and meeting global challenges, one is confident that future MBA graduates would be highly qualified and prepared to address organizational problems that would be encountered in diverse scenarios and settings.