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  • The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: From Cybersecurity Consultant to MBA Professor - The Journey of Dominic Sellitto

    Date: March 27, 2024

    In this episode of the Manage-A-Bull Podcast, host Patrick Lageraaen interviews Dominic Sellitto, clinical assistant professor of management science and systems, about his background and his course, IT for Managers. Sellitto discusses the importance of IT literacy for MBA students and how his course covers various topics such as digital product management, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and more. He emphasizes the value of hands-on experience with technology and the need for students to be open to exploring different areas of IT. He also discusses the potential uses of AI, including simulations for difficult conversations and interview preparation. Overall, the course provides students with a comprehensive understanding of IT and its role in modern business. While an MBA or MS in Business Analytics degree is not necessary for excelling in an IT role, Sellitto believes that these degrees can accelerate career pathways and provide valuable networking opportunities. He encourages students to trust their gut and make decisions that align with their career goals.

    Audience: prospective and current graduate students

  • The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: Terry Rice’s Career Launching Best Practices

    Date: March 13, 2024

    In this episode of the UB School of Management’s Manage-A-Bull podcast, host Patrick Lageraaen interviews ⁠Terry Rice⁠, a UB MBA alumnus and managing director for Good People Digital. They discuss Terry’s career journey, his current roles and how he leveraged his education at UB to get where is today. Terry provides practical tips for building a strong personal brand, online presence and making meaningful connections. Terry shares personal success stories and those of his clients, emphasizing the importance of studying successful individuals, being active on LinkedIn and reaching out with pointed questions. He advises young adults and college graduates to get clear on their vision and be patient in their career development.

    Audience: prospective and current graduate students