Instead of, “Is an MBA worth it?” Maybe the question to ask yourself is, “WHY are you getting an MBA?” Is it because you think that’s what you need to rise in business? An MBA could, instead, be what you need to rise as your best self while you practice business.
Leadership & Coaching: Are They Inseparable?
People often ask why our programs combine leadership and coaching. Can there be one without the other? Of course there can. However, we argue that to be a successful leader you must be a great coach.
Is a Master’s in Leadership Worth It?
What would a master’s degree in leadership have to do to be worth 2 years of your life and $66,000 on average?
Life of an MBA Student at WGU: Drew Allison
As a member of the first cohort in the Wright Graduate University MBA program offered at the Lyons School of Transformational Business, Drew Allison found a curriculum that tailors his education to fit his business leadership challenges.
An Applied MBA Provides Practical Skills to Business Leaders
The greatest asset in any organization is its people, like you. With the new MBA program at the Lyons School of Transformational Business, WGU brings its Wright Performative Education model to a human-centered, applied master’s in business administration.
Developing Practical MBA Skills for Today’s Job Market
How do you visualize an MBA program? Are you focused primarily on learning critical business principles and technical skills? As the climate in business is constantly evolving, the traditional MBA curriculum needs a serious update.
MBA Outcomes: Traditional, Online or Executive Programs
Distance MBA students self-reported much higher scores than students than their MBA peers who studied on campus. The distance students performed significantly better in learning outcomes related to technology skills, quantitative skills, and theory skills…
Build Social Emotional Intelligence Skills for the COVID Economy & Beyond
As workers change jobs at record-breaking numbers, citing burnout in addition to higher-paying opportunities, students at the Wright Graduate University for the Realization of Human Potential are practicing a model of business leadership aimed at ensuring success and satisfaction for those they lead.