Getting the thumbs-up at work takes more than basic job competency. Likability, it turns out, is the key to getting hired, gathering resources, and moving up.
Increasingly, young humanitarians are driving the effort to alleviate poverty, disease, and other development issues around the globe.
After more than thirty years of research, professor W. Gibb Dyer is certain of one thing: strong economies are linked to strong families.
Even rocket scientists need someone to keep them grounded. That responsibility falls to Michelle Curtis, a 2009 MPA alum and an analyst at NASA.
Coming up with an idea is easy but taking it to the next level? Not so much. Luckily, research suggests that great innovation is as simple as build, test, repeat.
James Turley, former CEO of Ernst & Young and the Marriott School’s 2014 International Executive of the Year, shares why the firm recruits at BYU.
Scott, thanks for starting a great business that I now get to be a part of! twitter.com/MarriottSchool…
@marriottschool awesome article about @gnoemim !
Good luck to @BYUCougars tonight as they take on Ole Miss. Our thoughts are with all our @marriottschool grads during this stressful time.
Thanks @BYU @marriottschool for having me. Always fun to talk about international business at my alma mater! http://t.co/QgFecskwrQ
To work overseas you need to have high EQ, marketable skills and good execution (action and attitude) - @CraigS_Smith @marriottschool
Education and brains are important but nothing beats a work ethic and experience - @CraigS_Smith @marriottschool
EQ is more important than IQ in leadership. Know how people perceive you so you know how to interact w/ them. @CraigS_Smith @marriottschool
"Leadership is a learned skill" - @CraigS_Smith @marriottschool