Searching for informative hashtags on Twitter in your own time is a great way to find the latest tips, pointers, news, views, and more from others around the world who love to talk business. Although you can’t actually 'follow' a hashtag on Twitter like you can follow other users’ accounts, third-party platforms like Tweetdeck make keeping up with topics of interest to you a snap.
Searching for this hashtag brings you everything on the spectrum of a Master of Business Administration. It’s especially helpful for tips on getting into an MBA programme and articles about being an MBA student.
A good mix of results comes up on searches for this tag. There’s a smattering of tweeters starting debates on business practices, links to market and economic news, and a healthy dose of quotes.
Chances are good that as an MBA student, you either plan to be an entrepreneur or already are one. Either way, keeping up with this tag is a smart way to sharpen your skills as a mover and shaker.
If you are a female MBA candidate, this search will be of particular interest to you. It will give you an idea of what to expect of your life in the business world, as well as ways to deal with issues that affect women like work versus motherhood, wage inequality, and even workplace fashion.
MBA holders are management material, as you are no doubt aware. Check in with this hashtag periodically for help for everything from helping employees find their #workplacemojo to how to avoid making a bad hire to quotes from Winston Churchill.
Being a good leader is a topic you may not hit on very much in class. If so, your fellow Twitter users are constantly posting articles like 'Communication Secrets from the Best Leaders in the World' to help you succeed when you’re at the helm.
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