USC IBEAR brings real business to MBA students

There is book learning and then there is taking your knocks on the street.

November 29, 2017
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There is book learning and then there is taking your knocks on the street. The students who enroll in the USC IBEAR MBA take their knocks all around the world. The International Business Consulting Project is an extreme version of experiential learning. The class is literally turned into an international consulting firm, where clients contract for consulting services and then the students get on planes and fly out to find a solution to their customers problems. These aren’t virtual clients either. Names such as Sony, Hitachi, Warner Brothers in countries from Indonesia, to Mexico, to China fill the roster.

 

The goal? Find a real business solution to a real business problem.

 

Dick Drobnick

Interview by Dick Drobnick, Director of the USC IBEAR MBA Program.

USC IBEAR brings real business to MBA students
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Bob Kiddoo – USC Professor of Accounting and Enterprise Systems managed the consulting teams for the past two years.

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