Seattle University’s nationally recognized Albers School of Business & Economics MBA program is soliciting project proposals from private, public, social entrepreneurial, and nonprofit organizations to commence in Fall 2012. These 12-week projects are part of the International Business and New Ventures Consulting courses where student-teams partner with client organizations to apply best-in-class business practices to address their existing business objectives. The teams employ a proven systems-thinking ‘client-centered’ consultative approach and leverage the latest thinking in business innovation to formulate research-based recommendations. Client organizations receive a written final deliverable and presentation of findings from their team. These dynamic courses offer students an invaluable opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of the core concepts of their MBA studies while better preparing them for the complex challenges of the global business environment through a real-world experience.
Please submit your proposal online at www.seattleu.edu/projectcenter/
Deadline to apply is Friday, August 24.