Dean Cathy Minehan Interviewed in WSJ on Why a Women's Business School May Be Best Training Ground

Simmons School of Management Dean Cathy Minehan was featured in the Wall Street Journal on why women's colleges are the best training ground for success in a male-dominated business world.

In the article Dean Minehan discusses the value of an MBA designed specifically educate women for leadership success. "At Simmons, students can develop tools to navigate better in the business world because they understand the subtleties of a male-dominated culture in a way that they might not understand in classrooms that are dominated by men. An example: negotiations. Women don't negotiate the same way that men do. We teach classic negotiation theory, classic negotiation practice, but we also teach about the situation women will find in [the outside world] and then how to deal with it."

To read the full article visit the Wall Street Journal online.