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February 2012 Newsletter

Huang Executive Education Center: Helping Coca-Cola and Other Clients Lead and Succeed

Passersbys by the Acuity Brands Plaza of Georgia Tech College of Management might have caught an unusual sight recently. Thirty-seven supply chain leaders were working in teams to successfully construct an aqueduct out of multiple pieces of white paper. Their aim was to successfully transport the contents of a pitcher of water down about six feet into another vessel at the other end.

That activity was just one part of a larger goal to enhance these leaders' innovation and teamwork. They came to Georgia Tech from around the world to partici­pate in Coca-Cola's Supply Chain eXcellence Leadership Development Program (SCXLDP) for its top technical leaders from across the company's global bottling system.

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Steve Salbu Commits to a Second Term as Dean


TI:GER® Team Cardiam Scores in Georgia Bowl® Business Plan Competition


In Demand: Recruit Our MBAs before Other Companies Do

Bells are chiming in the Jones MBA Career Center, as our students continue the tradition of ringing one on the wall to announce their job offers. However, we still have a number of terrific students seeking full-time and internship opportunities. If your business is looking for creative problem solvers with a strong collaborative spirit, then look to Georgia Tech College of Management to fill your talent needs.

Our Full-time MBAs continue to be quite competitive in the marketplace, despite the lagging economy. The fall 2011 recruiting cycle was extremely productive: Currently 72 percent of our MBA Class of 2012 have job offers or have accepted offers versus 62 percent at this time last year. First-year-students have also aggressively marketed themselves, with 56 percent of the class already having internships lined up for the summer. What's more, our Evening and Executive MBA students continue to experience a great deal of success in advancing their careers.

Please contact if your company is looking for MBA talent.

MBA Profile: Frank Wilson Making Difference Through Pro Bono Consulting

Knowing that his innovative work through Georgia Tech's Pro Bono Consulting Program would help doctors to better assist sick children was extremely gratifying for MBA student Frank Wilson. Read full article>>

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IMPACT Speaker Series


Upcoming MBA Information Sessions

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