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How to Answer "Behavior Based Interview Questions" - Interview Tip
 
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The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Office of Carer Management staff and recruiters from companies offer advice in answering behavior questions. Focus on telling a great story or task, explain what you did specifically with examples, and be sure to share the result or business outcome. Don't use the word "we"... focus on the STAR technique: - Situation - Task - Action - Results http://fisher.osu.edu/careers
"Why Should We Hire You?" How to Answer this Interview Question
 
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The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Career Management Office and representatives from recruiting companies offer advice for answering the "why should we hire you?" question. Think about the 3 good reasons why you should be hired. Keep your answers brief and provide an example... relate to the company and the job description. What sets you a part from your competition? http://fisher.osu.edu
Speaking with Recruiters at a Career Fair
 
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The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Career Management Office created this video which features both a bad example and good example of how to effectively speak with recruiters at a career fair as well as commentary about what the student and recruiter are thinking during the interaction.
Business of offshoring and outsourcing
 
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John Gray, assistant professor of operations at Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business, gives a business perspective on offshoring and outsourcing; its effect on the economy; benefits and risks and the trends that indicate offshoring is slowing down due to increased costs in today's economic climate. Ohio Means Business is a bi-weekly television show produced by Ohio News Network (ONN) in partnership with The Ohio State University and Fisher College of Business. http://fisher.osu.edu
"Tell me about yourself" - How to answer this interview question
 
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The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Office of Career Management offers advice about how to answer such an open ended question as "tell me about yourself." Executive recruiters also weigh in on how they want future employees to answer the question, and a sample interview is shown to demonstrate an answer. Suggestions include: - Answer the question chronologically - Give results and only topics that relate to the job - Walk through your background and why you made the decisions you've made thus far in your career - What you are doing to meet you career goals - Avoid personal information - Demonstrate accomplishments - Keep answers to ~2 minutes in length
Interview Skills - The Closing
 
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The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Office of Career Management offers advice about how to close an interview. Recruiters from Exel Logisitics, Deloitte, and Johnson & Johnson offer their insights into the what they remember and appreciate from candidates and the end of an interview. View a sample interview touching on using this skill. http://fisher.osu.edu/careers
How to answer, "Why did you choose your major?"
 
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The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Office of Career Management and professional company recruiters offer advice on how to answer the interview question, "Why did you choose your major?" Be enthusiastic and passionate about the industry and career... share a story about your studies and the "aha!" moment when you chose your major. http://fisher.osu.edu/career
Preparing for a Case Interview
 
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Case-based interviews are becoming more and more common, especially for graduate students. The Fisher College of Business Career Management Office partnered with students from the Fisher Consulting and Strategy Club to produce a video to help prepare students for case interviews. http://fisher.osu.edu/career
Interview Skills - Tell me about Yourself
 
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The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Office of Career Management offers advice about how to answer such an open ended question as "tell me about yourself." Executive recruiters also weigh in on how they want future employees to answer the question, and a sample interview is shown to demonstrate an answer. Suggestions include: - Answer the question chronologically - Give results and only topics that relate to the job - Walk through your background and why you made the decisions you've made thus far in your career - What you are doing to meet you career goals - Avoid personal information - Demonstrate accomplishments - Keep answers to ~2 minutes in length
Interview Skills - Demonstrating Your Fit with the Company
 
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The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Office of Career Management offers advice about what company knowledge is and how to get it. Recruiters from Exel Logisitics, Deloitte, and Johnson & Johnson offer their insights into the "knowledge of the company" topic. View a sample interview touching on using this skill. http://fisher.osu.edu/careers
How to best manage the job offer process
 
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Get advice from recruiters about how to professionally manage the job offer process and the ramifications of reneging on the decision to accept an offer.
Former Senator Paul Sarbanes discusses Sarbanes-Oxley Act
 
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Former Senator Paul Sarbanes, co-author of the landmark Sarbanes-Oxley Act, which overhauled federal oversight of public companies, spoke to students at Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business on April 12, 2011. http;//fisher.osu.edu/
Fisher Builds Entrepreneurs
 
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Retailers in Ohio State's Gateway district include two successful entrepreneurs, Zach Weprin, co-founder of sushi restaurant Fusian, and Nate Demars, founder of men's store Pursuit, both of whom developed their business acumen at Fisher. Read more about alumni entrepreneurs and theirs businesses: http://fisher.osu.edu/newsroom/?folder=65&news=3735.
Explore Fisher College of Business
 
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Take a virtual tour of the Max M. Fisher College of Business campus and explore the landscape where undergraduate students are developing the skills to excel as tomorrow’s leaders.
3 Days at Fisher College of Business, Ohio State
 
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What can happen during a three-day span at The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business? Quite a bit. In early October, CNBC came to campus to profile Fisher's MBA Face-Off team; GE CEO Jeff Immelt and GE Capital CEO Michael Neal joined Fisher Dean Christine A. Poon to open the National Center for the Middle Market; business leaders from across the nation, policy makers, media, and Fisher faculty and students convened for the 2011 National Middle Market Summit; and Procter & Gamble CEO Bob McDonald visited a classroom to talk to students and answer questions about his business experience and the importance of leadership. Each day brings something new and exciting at Fisher. To learn more, visit http://fisher.osu.edu.
Lego Supply Chain Simulation
 
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The MBOE program at Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business incorporates the use of simulations into curriculum to provide hands-on learning opportunities. This supply chain simulation allow students to go through a process, apply fundamental lean principles to a situation, and then see the outcome and benefits of operational excellence. http://fisher.osu.edu/mboe
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program at Fisher College of Business
 
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The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program connects accounting students at The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business with low- to moderate-income individuals and families for free tax preparation. Through the 2014 tax year, VITA has helped return more than $4.6 million to more than 2,900 taxpayers.
Are You Prepared? Interview Skills Video Series Intro
 
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The Interview Skills video series will help you build a strategy for answering basic interview questions. The videos provide advice from recruiters and The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Career Management Office, examples of answers, and critiques of the answers to provide useful insights to developing your own responses. http://fisher.osu.edu/career
Explore Fisher College of Business
 
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Explore the campus of the Max M. Fisher College of Business, an environment in which ideas are created, collaboration is cultivated and leaders are built.
What's Next for the U.S. Economy?
 
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The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Assistant Clinical Professor of Finance, Michael Brandl, gives some insight into where the economy may go based on where it has been. Professor Brandl discusses what's termed as a "jobless recovery" and how that has an impact for an economic rebound. Segment featured on ONN's Ohio Means Business. http://fisher.osu.edu
Celebrating a Century
 
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The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business marks 100 years of excellence in business education in 2016—a milestone made possible by the countless contributions of the college’s alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends. This centennial year provides the college community the opportunity to look back at the events, milestones and achievements that helped establish The Ohio State University as a leader in business education.
Innovation and Fast-followers - explained by Fisher College of Business
 
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Michael Bills, professor at Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University, discusses how the "first-mover" advantage, fast-followers, and innovation are related. Timing is everything, so shelving ideas is a common practice to capitalize on consumer trends and markets. In today's economy, gaining brand loyalty is tough but needs to happen. Fast-followers have a much harder time now than ever before. http://fisher.osu.edu/execed/
Best of Student Startups 2017 Finale
 
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The Best of Student Startups (BOSS) is a pitch competition and accelerator program for Ohio State student entrepreneurs. Over the course of a semester, students participate in a series of educational workshops on idea generation, public speaking and customer validation. The competition culminates in a pitch event in which top projects are awarded funding for further support. To learn more, visit go.osu.edu/BOSS.
Ohio State Tax Clinic Helps Families and Boosts Economy
 
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The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Tax Clinic program sponsored by The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business and led by professor Bill Raabe helps low-income families file tax returns. Students get real experience and apply what they've learned in the classroom, and the families receive the help they need. http://fisher.osu.edu
What is Supply Chain Management?
 
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Douglas M. Lambert, Director of The Global Supply Chain Forum and Fisher College of Business Professor, explains what supply chain management is... or more broadly... what is a supply chain? What does it take to manage a network of companies? http://fisher.osu.edu/execed
JPMorgan Chase CEO engages with Fisher students
 
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Fisher College of Business students had the opportunity to engage with the leader of one of the largest financial institutions in the world. Chairman, President and CEO of JPMorgan Chase Jamie Dimon visited campus to provide insights into topics such as the state of the economy and how he cultivates leadership and a strong corporate culture.
Fisher College of Business Honors Cohort Program Thank You Video
 
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The Business Administration Honors Cohort program consists of an eclectic, tight knit group of 30 highly motivated; hand-picked students who seek to leverage educational opportunities across the entire university. The Honors Cohort program prepares students for much more than their “first job” after graduation. The program seeks to increase the critical thinking, complex reasoning, and communication skills of the students.This video thanks The Honors Cohort friends, family, and alumni for supporting the program. https://fisher.osu.edu/honors-cohort
The Fisher MBOE program creates Lean Leaders
 
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The Master of Business Operational Excellence (MBOE) is an innovative degree program training high-potential managers to lead the continuous improvement and lean six sigma efforts found in successful service, healthcare, and manufacturing organizations. The program is offered by the Fisher College of Business at the Ohio State University.
Explore Fisher’s Business Honors Learning Community
 
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The Business Honors Learning Community (BHLC) is a collaborative experience at Fisher that provides first-year Honors students the opportunity to be a part of a select community while developing leadership skills, increasing their professional acumen and participating in service activities. BHLC students share classes, gain practical business experience through engagement with corporate and community partners and create a lasting network of friends across Fisher and The Ohio State University.
What is Value-based Pricing?
 
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Visiting Professor at Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University, Dr. Larry Robinson, begins an 11-video series about value-based pricing. This video introduces what value-based pricing is and how firms begin thinking about and using pricing strategies. http://fisher.osu.edu/execed
2014 Ohio State University Business Plan Competition
 
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A tradition of exploring new and exciting ideas continued with the 2014 Ohio State Business Plan Competition, hosted by the Center for Entrepreneurship at Fisher College of Business. The competition, now in its 14th year, featured teams from a range of disciplines across The Ohio State University.
Example of Value-based Pricing by OSU Professor Larry Robinson
 
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OSU Fisher College of Business Professor, Larry Robinson, gives an example of value-based pricing. He uses the "lightbulb" industry to explain how pricing strategy works. http://fisher.osu.edu/execed/
On Opportunity
 
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Ken Cooper, Global Head of HR for Bloomberg, offers his advice on pursuing opportunities with curiosity, flexibility, and an open mind. Learn more about the Fisher Leadership Initiative: http://fisher.osu.edu/leadership
Ohio State College Mentors for Kids lemonade sale
 
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With a goal to improve early education in America, Fisher College of Business senior Bryant Pottmeyer started the Ohio State University chapter of College Mentors for Kids. College Mentors for Kids brings 40 students from an underserved elementary school to campus once a week to learn about the importance of higher education and to receive help with reading skills and financial literacy. Fisher students and their little buddies held a lemonade sale on campus to teach the elementary school students how to run their own business. http://fisher.osu.edu
Big Ten MBA Case Competition 2010
 
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Highlights from the Big Ten MBA Case Competition 2010 at The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business. http://fisher.osu.edu
Ohio State Students Leading TBDBITL to Sustainability
 
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For more than a year, Fisher senior Ryan Barta, a member of The Ohio State University Marching Band, and his band mate and computer science student, Charlie King, have been on a mission to get TBDBITL to go green by using iPads. Now, that hard work is paying off.
Pricing Strategy - iPhone Value-based Relationship Example
 
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Fisher College of Business professor, Larry Robinson, explains how a market segment reacts to value-based strategies. He uses the iPhone as an example of value-based relationships. http://fisher.osu.edu/execed
Confusion About Terminology and Supply Chains
 
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Professor Douglas M. Lambert from The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business discusses the confusion around terminology as it relates to supply chain management. "Supply chain," "Logistics," and "Operations" are all terms that are not the same, but they are often used interchangeably... causing confusion. http://fisher.osu.edu/execed
Master of Business Logistics Engineering
 
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One of only a few similar programs at top universities in the country, the Master of Business Logistics Engineering (MBLE) is designed to enable you to enter the job market equally comfortable with logistics strategy, the management of logistics operations, and engineering tasks such as facility design and implementation of logistics technology.
Ohio Export Internship Program
 
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The Ohio Export Internship Program, a partnership between Fisher College of Business and the Ohio Development Services Agency, trains students on the fundamentals of exporting, and then pairs them with companies looking to increase their global sales. The results: growth for companies, and jobs and extended internships for students.
Risk management and Insurance
 
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Anil Makija, professor of finance at The Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business, and Don Rebele, president of the Griffith Foundation, discuss risk management and the insurance industry on on ONN's show Ohio Means Business.
Fisher Crisis Leadership Case Competition
 
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Undergraduate students at Fisher develop and hone their leadership skills through an applied learning simulation that connects them with real CEOs and members of the media. The competition was conducted by Fisher’s Honors Cohort Program in conjunction with the Fisher Leadership Initiative.
Global Summer Internships
 
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Undergraduate and graduate students at The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business share their international internship experiences over the summer months – and how those hands-on experiences will help inform their careers.
Ohio Export Internship Program
 
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The Ohio Export Internship Program, a partnership between Fisher College of Business and the Ohio Development Services Agency, trains students on the fundamentals of exporting, and then pairs them with companies looking to increase their global sales. The results: growth for companies, and jobs and extended internships for students.
Executive MBA Program – Roger, DSW
 
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Hear from the alumni of the Executive MBA program at the Fisher College of Business. The Fisher Executive MBA program teaches you to go beyond the fundamental knowledge and skills required of today’s leaders – by teaching you how to harness the collective power of knowledge, insights, intellect and intuition.
International Experience is Valuable to Companies
 
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Giorgio Galli, National Sales Manager from Ashland Performance Materials, visited The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business to talk about the value an international experience for students and to encourage students to seek student exchange opportunities. The International Programs Office-CIBER http://fisher.osu.edu/international
Competition between Supply Chains?
 
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The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business professor, Douglas M. Lambert, explains why some folks are seeing indicators that competition is becoming more between supply chains rather than between individual companies... which is not correct... competition is not between supply chains. It's centered around relationships. http://fisher.osu.edu/execed
Keys to Value-based Pricing
 
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Ohio State Fisher College of Business professor, Larry Robinson, overviews some key findings to value-based pricing. Pricing excellence requires commitment from senior management and needs metrics and infrastructure. A 1% improvement in price can make a significant impact to the firm. http://fisher.osu.edu/execed
The Ohio Prison Entrepreneurship Program
 
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The Ohio Prison Entrepreneurship Program (OPEP) provides entrepreneurship training to incarcerated individuals to help them navigate employment challenges they face upon their release. A collaboration between Fisher students, the Ohio State Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the City of Columbus and the Ohio Department of Corrections helped expand OPEP to reach 19 individuals at the Southeastern Correctional Institution in 2017.
American Finance Association - History of Financial Thought Course at Fisher College of Business
 
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Stephen Buser, professor emeritus at Fisher and historian for the American Finance Association, undertook a major project for the association. His mission was to create a video record of the History of Finance. For the last two years, Buser, working with Fisher's Educational Technologies team, have undertaken the tall order of producing video interviews with important contributors to financial economic knowledge. http://fisher.osu.edu