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Earning your MBA and keeping your job is possible. Attend an information session in your town to learn more about the EMBA-Americas program from Columbia Business School. Learn more: http://www.gsb.columbia.edu/emba/one-week
Columbia Business School Professor, Murray B. Low, explains why you should attend our exclusive executive educational program, Innovation & Business Development, running June 21st-22nd 2016. Successful enterprises face an increasing need for innovation and business development in order to stand out from the international competition. Get the most recent tools from Prof. Murray B. Low of Columbia Business School, one of the world's leading experts in successful business development and growth. Please contact Program Manager, Oliver Folkmann, for more information and application at firstname.lastname@example.org or +45 2554 3436. You can also apply directly here: http://cbs-executive.dk/program/innovation-and-business-development-0 The program is eligible for the Diploma in Business Excellence.
http://www.mbapodcaster.com/ MBA PodTV host Dilini Fernando takes you to New York City's Columbia Business School. Find out what Columbia looks for in their applicants and learn how to put your best foot forward on your MBA application. You'll get application tips directly from Columbia's admissions director and current Columbia MBA students. Guests: - Christina Shelby, Associate Director of Admissions, Columbia Business School - Christy Eng-Schumann, Columbia MBA 2010 - Ben Koren, Columbia MBA 2011 (January term) - Todd McDonald, Columbia MBA 2011 - Sara Roure, Columbia MBA 2011 (January term) About: MBA Podcaster is your online source for information, insight, and advice on the MBA admissions process. We deliver relevant information and advice through biweekly audio and video segment...
In this webinar with Columbia Business School Executive Education faculty David Rogers, learn how to harness customer networks, platforms, big data, rapid experimentation, and disruptive business models – and how to integrate these into your existing organization to thrive in the digital age. Learn more about this topic in the following Executive Education online program at Columbia Business School: http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/execed/program-pages/details/887/DBS
Working along a heavy shower line trying to break into visual, but end up shooting an approach after which the heavy rain had moved off the airport.
At the beginning of each Core Term, EMBA-NY students attend a “residence period” at the Dolce Palisades Center in Palisades, NY. These sessions serve as the true building blocks for both your academic and personal foundations with your class. Learn more: http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs/executive-mba/academics/residence-period
(7 Jun 2003) POOL San Antonio, Texas, USA, June 6, 2003 1. Pan of investigators walking towards simulated shuttle wing 2. Foam being shot at simulated shuttle wing 3. Close up of damage from experiment 4. Broken foam piece on the ground 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) NASA executive, Scott Hubbard, Columbia Accident Investigator: "This is the first evidence we have that a piece of foam that approximates what we have in the accident can in fact crack and damage a piece of reinforced carbon panel." 6. Investigators inspecting damage from experiment 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) NASA executive Scott Hubbard, Columbia Accident Investigator: "You can see on the outside about a three-quarter inch crack, its all of the way through, so that clearly damages the integrity of the thermal barrier that i...
Executive Productions-Seattle produced this Telly Award winning documentary of the geologic history of the Columbia River Gorge. An accurate story of how the Gorge was formed. Produced exclusively for the Columbia River Interpretive Center Museum in Stevenson, WA. next to Skamania Lodge. You can view this in wide screen, surround sound format in their theater...the seats even vibrate. Filmed in cooperation with the USGS and the Army Corps of Engineers, the film provides insights into the complex history of how the Columbia River carved it's way through the uplifting Cascade Range. The Ice Age Floods also played a role in the history but while monumental in scope were not the major force in shaping the Gorge. Produced and Directed by Rich Deline and Taylor Guterson Narrated by Dick Fo...