The Gatton College
MBA Roundtable Discussion Series
MBA Degreed Professionals
The need for ongoing intellectual challenge and personal development has never been greater. Sharpen your leadership skills, develop strategic insights into today’s key opportunities and challenges, and connect with other successful professionals.
Come join us at the Gatton College MBA Roundtable!
This exciting learning opportunity consists of ten monthly meetings each year on the second Wednesday evening of each month September through June. Our 90-minute format will include:
- analysis of current events of interest,
- a discussion of a previous circulated topic and reading facilitated by award winning faculty,
- instruction in key learning points,
- networking among the participants.
- Economic Outlook Conference
Follow this link for a sample of representative discussion topics: gatton.uky.edu/mbaroundtable/topics
Program Dates & Fees
Venue: Meetings will be held in the W.T. Young library on the
Time: 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Date: Second Wednesday of each month
Fee: The annual subscription is $750
Enrollment is limited, so sign up today.
Click on the registration button in the navigation bar to register.
Continuing education credits are also available.
Please feel free to contact us at 859-257-8780 with any questions you may have.
Hear what executives are saying:
- “The real secret of success, in my opinion, is when you are in an environment where there are many people smarter than you. In those situations, it's not about competing with those people, but finding ways to add value while also learning from them.” (Gil Shewd, CEO of Check Point)
- “Learning is essential to our aspiration to be a great company. Great performance and profitability go hand in hand with continuous learning. To stay on top of our industry, we must be ‘in the know’ every day. It's a key element in staying competitive.” (Jim Owens, CEO of Caterpillar)
- “It doesn’t matter who you are, you can always benefit from having someone to talk to, to bounce your ideas off, to give you feedback.” (John Sunderland, Chairman of Cadbury Schweppes)
- “They come with motives deeper and more complicated than a mere desire to acquire organized and accredited knowledge about a subject. One of the chief things that they come for is the presence of others – someone responsive to your questions, attentive to your particular concerns, capable of cracking jokes about the events of the day, someone with the full range of human quirks and oddities, and yet also someone for whom the subject forms a living and present reality, and with whom you can have a personal relationship.” (Wilfred M. McClay)