I remember speaking to the HR director of a major company who said she didn’t hire graduates from certain leading MBAs. She mentioned that they were usually overconfident and relied on that confidence to make business decisions rather than working as a team and asking questions (and listening to answers). While every school is similar on paper, there is a culture on each campus that is very different (as explored in some previous ideas). This includes the way you encourage graduates to think, act, approach situations, listen, react, and make decisions. Explore the value of this culture. Collaborate with other disciplines, including the humanities and arts as well as cultural industries, to share lessons and how, given current times, you can continue to keep this value intact.