Joshua Rhodes, management consultant for AMT Group in Tokyo, discusses the skills necessary for a successful career in one of the world's most competitive markets.
A recent Fox News story regarding the unique marketing strategy of San Francisco-based cell phone service provider CREDO featured expert commentary from Professor Fredric Kropp of the Institute’s Graduate School of International Policy & Management. CREDO is a small wireless corporation whose marketing strategy includes expressly political pitches designed to appeal to liberal-leaning consumers.
Monterey Institute President Sunder Ramaswamy and Graduate School of International Policy and Management Dean Yuwei Shi will be featured presenters at “WTO & China: Beijing International Forum,” a conference sponsored by the World Trade Organization’s Beijing office on November 19.
The Fisher International MBA Program at the Monterey Institute of International Studies has again been recognized as a leader in integrating social, environmental and ethical issues into its MBA program. The 2009-2010 edition of the Aspen Institute’s biennial Beyond Grey Pinstripes survey ranked the Fisher Program number 38 on its list of the top 100 business programs.
Posted February 26, 2009
The Monterey Institute’s Fisher Graduate School of International Business is profiled by the Aspen Institute in their recently published Guide to Socially Responsible MBA Programs: 2008-2009. The Fisher School is currently ranked 40th among the Global Top 100 schools for demonstrating significant leadership in integrating social and environmental issues into its MBA curriculum.
Posted September 23, 2009
Posted June 17, 2009
With EMDAP, Jenni is currently assigned to the American Chamber of Commerce in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Within the first few days of being on the job, she realized that the program she is managing is essentially development economics HW #3!
Twenty students from the Monterey Institute accompanied Professor Jan Black and Judge Juan Guzman Tapia, most notable for prosecuting former Dictator Augusto Pinochet, on a research tour of Mapuche communities in southern Chile last January. The Mapuche are an indigenous group, comprising about 4% of Chile's total population. Their communities now face environmental, socio-economic, and human rights issues.