TWIL is highlighted in the Boston Business Journal with Suffolk University

Three Suffolk University MBA students visit the office of Mzinga, a Burlington-based learning technology company, an example of the shift toward experiential
learning at the school’s MBA program. The students are helping Mzinga market a product toward a new customer base: sales professionals. They will be meeting
with Mzinga executives at least four times this semester.

We’ve been thrilled to be working with the MBA class at Suffolk University titled “Leading and Implementing Change.”

This final course in the MBA curriculum ties together the integral components of the four industry clusters, strategy and business fundamentals to the experience of leading change. Students experience the change process personally through a simulation. Students then apply their learning to an applied project based in one of the four clusters that is team-based, client-focused, grounded in research, and integrates MBA concepts with a final presentation to a client. As part of understanding change, students also evaluate the wider societal impacts of the business change. Finally, students reflect on their MBA program in total, revisiting their career plan and vision. This course uses multiple approaches, defining, understanding and experiencing the strategic value of change at the organizational, team, and individual levels.

The class was selected to be showcased in this week’s Boston Business Journal (the BBJ) as the cover story.  Check out the article here.

Congrats to the students for this recognition, and in their future endeavors.