In this short video, presented by Applied Transformation, Inc., Roger Green asks me about my view on the idea that high cost education doesn’t necessarily prepare students for the real world.
In answering him, I talk about my feelings on where business networking fits into the world of formal education and I share some statistics about the true effectiveness of networking which, to me, are mind boggling; I also tell a personal story about having lunch with the Dean of Business at a prominent university and how his words to me speak volumes about the current position business networking holds in the world of higher learning.
What are your personal feelings on where business networking currently fits into, or currently should fit into, the world of formal education? Did you study business at the university level? If so, what was your experience?–Did you receive any education about networking while you were working on your degree(s)? Please share your thoughts/experiences in the comments section.