When Kausik Ghosh discovered the Moore School’s One-Year MBA, he found the place he’d learn to influence global businesses, make effective decisions in ever-changing macroeconomic environments and deliver results, quickly.Read Kausik’s Story
Kausik’s six years at SAP, the world’s leading enterprise software provider, were successful in every sense except one — staying on limited his experience to a single industry sector.
My Moore School education was a unique, cross-cultural experience including international business perspective, strategy, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification and real-world consulting.”
With an engineering background, his interest in technology was assured, but he yearned for a career that also included operations and customer-centered projects and a focus on organizational strategy and change management. Kausik believed an MBA would educate him about the greater business world’s challenges — not one corner of it.
With his previous experience, Kausik opted for the accelerated, 11-month program. In it, he attained Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification, completed two Capstone consulting projects, led a case competition team and earned the Business Analytics Graduate Certificate. Eastman recruited him before graduation and today he manages IT and technology procurement globally for the Fortune 500 company, working closely with partner and supplier senior executives and with Eastman’s engineering and manufacturing leadership teams across North America, Europe and Asia Pacific.
A Moore School MBA is an amalgamation of cross-functional teamwork, business leadership principles and learning how to step up, take ownership and relentlessly innovate when conditions are challenging.”
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