Where will your MBA take you?

This new Linked In Group is called ‘Beyond MBA’ which helps MBA students to link with MBA alumni. The group was formed after the exciting Speed Date with the Boss event run on Friday 22nd February by MGSM social club group thanks to MBA student Adriana Xavier Francisco. I was an invited guest alumni from the Built Environment sphere along with several other alumni from various other industries.

This group is for MBA students who are seeking a pathway forward in life beyond their MBA. The MBA is more than an elite management course, it is a catalyst and inspiration for moving forward toward an Agile Life Path. It helps to gain confidence and courage and can take you from employment to your own business and on to entrepreneurial ventures or to places you never dreamed.

The group mixes and places students with alumni mentors from diverse industries and provides orientation to Australian industry and their associated cultures and practices. Local and International students are able to interact as well to provide orientation and connection to national and international industries and customs.

Here is the group link:

https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13679717/

You need to be a current or past MBA to join the group and have a spirit of helping to mentor and assist the process of learning and advancement.

I look forward to seeing you in the group.

Dr Jonathan Drane www.jondrane.net

By jon@jondrane.net

Dr Jonathan Drane is an independent researcher and advisor to government, corporate, legal and academic sectors. He applies research methods to solve complex problems through project analysis in the commercial construction and development sector. Jonathan is a recognised expert in city precinct development with an emphasis on activation of dormant cityscapes. Jonathan’s doctoral research project (2011 to 2014) studied dormant cityscapes in several Australian regional cities and how they were bought to life. Going beyond just a research emphasis he was involved in the revitalisation of the Palmer Street Precinct, Townsville (2003 to 2008) as a catalyst developer. In this way he has both researched and been involved as a practitioner in this specific field of urban activation. His advisory profile ranges from planning urban development of dormant cityscapes, to forensic analysis of complex construction and property development problems in legal and industry situations. Jonathan is also a recognised award winning author in the non-fiction and historical genre winning an award for his first book on the Camino de Santiago (The Way of a Thousand Arrows) in 2007 with the NSW Writers Centre.

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