Posts Tagged ‘Education’

Why our students don’t always take the GMAT

The Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT, has been used since 1953 to evaluate readiness for graduate management programs. This famous, possibly infamous, standardized test is used by nearly 6,000 programs, including BGI. However, in 2013 more than 50 percent of our MBA applicants chose to take MBA Math and forgo the GMAT. This is […] · Read More

November Change Agents in Residence

Every month, Bainbridge Graduate Institute hosts a variety of Change Agents in Residence (CAIR) to provide current students with the opportunity to engage with thought leaders across industries. These industry pioneers advance sustainable business practices, research social and ecological sustainability, and lead organizations for social and economic advocacy. Seattle, WA Net Impact BGI is our […] · Read More

Watch: Transformation Thorough Gainful Employment @ Ignite BGI

Sonja Skvarla discusses the importance of reeducating and employing at-risk individuals to facilitate change in our communities and remove the barriers to employment. · Read More

BGI’s Future

Given that nearly ever aspect of higher education is undergoing disruptive change, the future is a concern not only for a start up like BGI, but the entire sector. Faced with such uncertainty, we’re hoping it plays to our adaptive strength. We’re planning for multiple scenarios – here’s at least four we’ve decoded. · Read More

Rolling Admissions is So Now

Posted July 23rd, 2013 · Tags: , , , ,
Rolling admissions in graduate schools works for busy adult learners. These emerging leaders know what they want and they go for it, but not necessarily on a traditional time-frame. “Late” for work is so five-minutes ago, and “late” for business school is the becoming the same way. · Read More

Transformation: Graduation and Onward

Graduation is just a few days away. We are awed and inspired by the group of individuals preparing to walk across the stage into the world to make the changes and transformations that brought them to BGI in the first place · Read More

TEDxBGI – A Dream Come to Fruition

With the completion of the inaugural TEDxBGI, a dream of mine has come to fruition. I was initially drawn to Bainbridge Graduate Institute because of the quality of people who form its community. · Read More

Fair Trade Pioneer Lata Kachhawan Visits BGI

Lata Kachhawan of Barmer, India was a special guest at BGI on May 21st during a 10-day artisan tour sponsored by Handmade Expressions and Fair Trade Towns USA. Lata Kachhawan is a social activist with a passion for improving health, economy, education, drought relief and governance within her home region of Barmer, India. · Read More

The Next Generation of Sustainable Business Leaders are at BGI

Posted December 12th, 2011 · Tags: , , , , ,
70% of young execs cite sustainability as important to them, but only 35% feel prepared. How does BGI stack up? · Read More

The BGI Metro Program

With nearly a decade of experience, BGI’s hybrid MBA program (with residency during nine long weekend ‘intensives’ a year) at Islandwood has developed a rhythm and life of its own. The setting, facilities, food, and housing all integrate, adding to both the learning and community. Though a different setting, our ambition is to create a similarly inspiring and engaging community amidst the density of urban Seattle, inspiring a hub of innovative business education for entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs. · Read More