All the undergraduate and graduate programs offered at the Broad College have one shared commonality: They each equip Broad Spartans with the skillsets and knowledge necessary to hit the ground running.
Take Gregory Skubick (JD/MBA ’20), for example, who joined Raytheon Technologies in its operations and supply chain leadership development program just after graduation. As part of the program, Skubick partnered with a team to ideate a year-long project and presentation. They presented to a cohort of colleagues and stood out as top presenters; his team was one of the top three selected among nearly 150 teams to present to the company’s executive leadership.
“The Impact Project [at Raytheon] allows us to identify an area of improvement within the company, find a sponsor for the project and suggest an improvement for a current state,” Skubick explained.
Their team’s project focused on optimizing the user experience in the conference rooms at Raytheon’s facilities to improve hybrid teamwork communication. The live instruction manual created by the team, along with their recommendation to standardize the hardware and software within all the working spaces, was very well received.
Skubick credits his and his team’s outstanding success to the valuable transferable skills he learned during his time in the Full-Time MBA program, especially those related to presentations.
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