Greetings and Welcome!
Woodbury’s MBA program is designed to prepare leaders who are effective and ethical. It aspires to help future leaders in discovering their authentic voice that is guided by a strong moral compass. Our motto is ‘transform the world by transforming yourself.’
Our goal is to help you achieve success that is imbued with significance and meaning. Success is about getting, significance is about giving: We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give. Success is about doing, significance is about being: We are not human “doings;” we are human “beings.” Success is external, significance is internal: Success aims to acquire external objects; significance aims to harness inner qualities. We pursue success, significance ensues: Success is acquired while significance is discovered and embodied.
Stephen Covey warns that you don’t want to climb the ladder of success only to find that it is leaning against the wrong wall. This statement captures the essence of the difference between success and significance. Covey further states that “If your ladder is not leaning against the right wall, every step you take gets you to the wrong place faster.”
The world needs a totally different breed of leaders, leaders who are centered and not self-centered. Woodbury’s MBA program is specially designed to help you discover, polish and share your unique gifts and talents. It is all about learning, living, and leaving a legacy.
Come and see!
– Dr. Satinder Dhiman, Associate Dean and MBA Director, School of Business
Our MBA application deadline is approaching-learn more about applying here: http://woodbury.edu/admissions/
MBA Student Advisory Board
The MBA Association (MBAA) is committed to increasing the return on students’ investment in education. Guided by eight MBA students, MBAA provides activities, opportunities, and other services designed to benefit all MBA students. Acting as an advocate for students in the MBA program,
The MBAA is focused on:
MBAA strives to assist MBA students with the opportunity for professional development and to promote the ideals of lifelong learning and leadership.
MBAA represents MBA students before the University administration in matters concern-ing quality of education and qualification of instructors.
MBAA provides a social environment where MBA students can plan events and activities for themselves as well as for the benefit of the University in general.
The MBAA advisor is Dr. Satinder Dhiman
Save the Date: 04/19/2014 from 6:00PM-11:00PM.
Join the MBA Association at their Gatsby Gala for a fun-filled night with great food, drinks and entertainment as they celebrate our MBA students & faculty!
Check out the video invitation here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99H1Vns7G3I&feature=youtu.be
Tickets will be available shortly.