11 episodes

Giving you an inside look into what business school is really like. Stories from current students and successful grads combined into a behind the scenes look at the UCLA Anderson MBA experience. Hosted by 2017 grad Alex Grodnik.

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Giving you an inside look into what business school is really like. Stories from current students and successful grads combined into a behind the scenes look at the UCLA Anderson MBA experience. Hosted by 2017 grad Alex Grodnik.

    Being Open to New Opportunities

    Being Open to New Opportunities

    Deb Johnson ('99), Chief Learning Officer of Deloitte Consulting, tells us how a piece of advice her father gave her as a young girl has shaped her entire career and also the skills you should be developing for a career in consulting.

    • 16 min
    The path to CFO

    The path to CFO

    Katie Low Anderson, CFO at Guess? Walks us through her up and down journey to becoming the CFO of a multi-billion dollar company. How believing in herself, constantly learning and keeping good relationships were the keys to her success.

    • 18 min
    Don’t be afraid to trust your gut

    Don’t be afraid to trust your gut

    Constance Knight, Global Head of Video Curation at Instagram, talks about how not being afraid to make big changes in your career and trusting your gut can lead to life changing outcomes. Also, why it’s so important to have specific career goals and predictions for the future.

    • 21 min
    Patience and Strategic Thinking for a Career in Analytics

    Patience and Strategic Thinking for a Career in Analytics

    Reggie Panaligan (’10), walks us through the strategy for how he got his dream job at Google. We also discuss the role data plays in entertainment and the dichotomy between new and old media companies.

    • 15 min
    A Fortunate Coincidence to Change People’s Lives

    A Fortunate Coincidence to Change People’s Lives

    Hugh Chang (’90) walks us through his journey from a fast-paced tech job to the world of global health at the Gates Foundation. By focusing on innovation as a source of impact, Hugh was able to combine good luck and self-awareness to improve the lives of millions.

    • 15 min
    Timing is Everything

    Timing is Everything

    Aaron Hirschhorn (’05), founder, CEO and chairman of the disruptive startup DogVacay, tells us how timing was the crucial factor in growing his business from nothing to $100 million in revenue. Also, we discuss how to make the best decisions with the information you have.

    • 11 min

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Amazing podcast

I'm thinking about going to business school and this podcast was so engaging and entertaining to listen to. 5/5 and recommend to everyone!

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