MBA Groups

When I tell people that I'm in one of those bigger groups most people become very concern about my well-being. "Are you okay?", "Oh it is going to be tough trying to get consensus", and even "Some groups get physical you fist fights". No fist fights so far :)

What I like about my group is that we are all so different.
  • A Peruvian Lawyer/Banker who has worked and lived in the US and South America.
  • A young management consultant/project manager/Private Equity lady from HK with experience from China to Southeast Asia.
  • A senior Swedish manager with extensive experience in online startups all over Europe.
  • A female Serbian/British Entrepreneur/CEO/Sales/Business Development with experience from Europe to Emerging Market.
  • An Indian CFA analyst and auditor with an IQ higher than you and I combined, and
  • Me
But there's more common among us than you think -- other than we are all super smart, driven, and extremely good looking -- we are all global. We all have experience living or working in a new culture as a foreigner and trying to find our way around a new environment.


  1. What is this group for? A specific class? We belong to different groups in different classes working on group assignments or projects here at Kellogg. I'm wondering if the groups at your school serve the same purpose...

  2. In the core classes you stick with the same group. Starting in the 2nd half when you choose electives you can start picking out a team. The people in your core group are people who you usually know really well (because you spend a lot of time together).


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