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An executive in the Japanese movie industry whose studio produced an Oscar-winning film, Shinwoo was able to introduce new ideas from class at work right away. “Regressions are something I don’t typically think about at the office, but they’ve helped me look at those kinds of factors statistically,” he said. “It’s an example of how the fundamentals give you a way to think through the problem when there’s no quick answer.”
Carmen’s job demands a global view of business, as well as a global network of contacts. With alumni on every inhabitable continent, Booth helped Carmen expand her reach. “Wherever I am based, I belong to a group of people who are really close in terms of shared experience; I feel like I have a reference everywhere in the world,” she said.
After enrolling in the program, Eric - a staff director in the House of Representatives - noticed a significant spike in calls from headhunters. He then turned to Booth’s Career Services. “It was nice to have the resources for research and experts who give seasoned advice about your resume,” he noted. “Other programs that didn’t offer those options were unacceptable to me.”
Six Nobel prizes. Four John Bates Clark medalists. Two Fischer Black Prize award winners. The first and only MacArthur Foundation "genius grant" winner at a business school.
Chicago Booth faculty are leaders in their areas of study and have the accolades to prove it.