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Hi Folks,

Just starting with my GMAT prep. I have a few doubts in my mind...would appreciate if someone could help me out with them.

I have 4 years experience in the Manufacturing domain. Now I am part of the core team responsible for implementing SAP for our organization. But my role has not been purely technical in nature, rather I have had a chance to look into the operational processes followed in the organization and suggest, implement effiecient ways of improving it thru use of SAP.

I am really keen to continue my work in the Supply Chain function after my MBA and therefore want to get into MBA with specialization in operations.

I am mostly looking at Asia or the US region. I wanted help in which colleges should I be looking at that offer a good MBA in operations.

Also, any tips on how I can go thru the options on my own are also welcome.

TIA,

Sanket

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shakysanky wrote:
Hi Folks,

Just starting with my GMAT prep. I have a few doubts in my mind...would appreciate if someone could help me out with them.

I have 4 years experience in the Manufacturing domain. Now I am part of the core team responsible for implementing SAP for our organization. But my role has not been purely technical in nature, rather I have had a chance to look into the operational processes followed in the organization and suggest, implement effiecient ways of improving it thru use of SAP.

I am really keen to continue my work in the Supply Chain function after my MBA and therefore want to get into MBA with specialization in operations.

I am mostly looking at Asia or the US region. I wanted help in which colleges should I be looking at that offer a good MBA in operations.

Also, any tips on how I can go thru the options on my own are also welcome.

TIA,

Sanket



Hi Sanket,

Smeal College of Business has a a well known concentration in SCM- it is among the best in US b-schools. Please also consider MIT Sloan, Wharton, Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) and Michigan Ross - these suggestions are made on the assumption that you will apply with a competitive GMAT score and GPA, and have solid achievements to talk about.

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shakysanky wrote:
Hi Folks,

Just starting with my GMAT prep. I have a few doubts in my mind...would appreciate if someone could help me out with them.

I have 4 years experience in the Manufacturing domain. Now I am part of the core team responsible for implementing SAP for our organization. But my role has not been purely technical in nature, rather I have had a chance to look into the operational processes followed in the organization and suggest, implement effiecient ways of improving it thru use of SAP.

I am really keen to continue my work in the Supply Chain function after my MBA and therefore want to get into MBA with specialization in operations.

I am mostly looking at Asia or the US region. I wanted help in which colleges should I be looking at that offer a good MBA in operations.

Also, any tips on how I can go thru the options on my own are also welcome.

TIA,

Sanket



Hi Sanket,

Smeal College of Business has a a well known concentration in SCM- it is among the best in US b-schools. Please also consider MIT Sloan, Wharton, Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) and Michigan Ross - these suggestions are made on the assumption that you will apply with a competitive GMAT score and GPA, and have solid achievements to talk about.

Namita Garg
http://www.mbadecoder.com


Mam, what typical scores are required to get through this college?? And hows the return value for these industries if one looks to come to India post 2-3 yrs of job abroad???

Another question, what universities would you suggest for a career in energy sector consultancy????

Thanks in advance!!!!

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