If you’re in an MBA program, you probably already have access to the advice and guidance of some really great business professors. Yet when it comes to getting the best business education possible, there’s no such thing as reading too much or connecting with too many professors and professionals in the field. That’s why the web can be such an amazing tool in your path to an MBA. There are dozens of blogs written by MBA professors that can let you see into their professional lives, get commentary on the latest news, and even find advice for starting a career in business. We’ve listed just a few of the best here to get you started.
These blogs touch on a wide range of business issues, from mergers and acquisitions to executive training.
Few people can offer more expertise in the world of supply chain management than this professor, who not only teaches the subject but also edits the journal on the matter, and also heads up the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative.
Author, chair in entrepreneurship, and Professor of Technology Management at the Graduate School of Management at University of California Andrew Hargadon shares some really great posts on entrepreneurship and business on this blog.
Professor Gary Becker and U.S. Circuit Court Judge and U of Chicago Law School professor Richard Posner collaborate on this blog that addresses a wide range of economic, political, and business issues.
John Gallaugher is a professor at the Carroll School of Management, but this blog offers much more than management advice. In fact, the bulk of the posts are related to tech and how it plays into business strategy, something any budding business major needs to learn more about.