At Sloan, MBAs Use Consulting Skills to Help Small BusinessesFrancesca Di Meglio
MIT’s Sloan School of Management has given new meaning to the phrase, “Think globally, act locally.” Sloan and other B-schools have long offered MBA students a chance to test their consulting chops for multinational corporations. Now, Sloan students are offering advice on operations to small- and medium-sized organizations such as Boston Children’s Hospital, Farm Fresh Rhode Island, and Roxbury Technology, a minority-owned company that re-manufactures and distributes environmentally friendly toner cartridges.
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