For many colleges and universities across the country, courses and programs were switched to distance learning formats this spring because of the COVID pandemic. This change put a slight wrinkle in Millikin University's Daytime MBA Program, but it did not hold students back from virtually completing their goals this summer. Millikin's Daytime MBA Program is a month program that allows aspiring business professionals to benefit from daytime classes taught in-person in an accelerated format. The program provides a team-based cohort where students work with experienced faculty in a high-tech learning environment. Facing the challenge of working remotely, the culmination of the Millikin Daytime MBA experience was brought to the forefront this July as students teamed up to design their own business plans, or complete a consulting project for a current business, bringing together the elements of finance, marketing, management, leadership and ethics. Four Millikin MBA teams presented their final business plans during a Zoom conference call on July 13 where faculty and business professionals evaluated the teams on their business strategies and effectiveness.
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Need a Roadmap? Here's How to Write a Business Plan You'll Actually Use
Any individual wanting to start a small business is commonly faced with the dilemma of creating business plans. To most, this may seem like quite a daunting task. While, to some, a necessity in preparation for business.
This morning, trading seems pretty subdued ahead of the big week. But there could be plenty of room for surprises this week amid so many earnings reports, a Fed meeting, and lots of economic reports. This morning, we saw durable goods orders for March come in softer than expected—up 0. The numbers come after durable goods orders in February unexpectedly fell after a string of gains. A month ago, some economy-watchers suggested the soft February number could have been an anomaly—a nonlinear data point within an uptrend.