April 09, 2011


The structure of KBAM’s presentations was different because for the first time we had been given the role of board of directors for a company. Our duty was to listen to the proposals of the consultancy company regarding our company, ask any questions if we had relating to the proposals and judge the performance. We were given assessment forms to judge the performance of the consultancy company and also rate it in the end and seemed like a real life situation where we had to play the role of board members. Although it was a very difficult task since we had to judge other people’s performance and rate them, which is surely not very easy job and I didn’t enjoy it either but the fact is that we all have to play these kind of roles in the future where we’ll have to judge different people and so we should be ready for that.

It was a really important exercise since we had the chance to judge other’s performance for the first time and it will definitely help us in the future as we will counter these kind of situations and basically this is what MBE is all about, to prepare us for the real life problems and situations that are right at the brink.

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