Find a few examples of MBA projects that students might complete as part of their MBA program:
- Developing a business plan: MBA students may be asked to develop a business plan for a new venture, including a market analysis, financial projections, and marketing and operational strategies.
- Conducting a strategic analysis: MBA students may be asked to analyze the strategy of an existing company or organization and make recommendations for improvement.
- Completing a consulting project: MBA students may work with a real company or organization to solve a specific business problem or develop a new product or service.
- Analyzing a business case: MBA students may analyze and discuss a real-life business case, offering recommendations for how the company could have handled the situation differently or better.
- Conducting original research: MBA students may conduct original research on a business-related topic, often in the form of a thesis.
- Developing a marketing plan: MBA students may be asked to develop a marketing plan for a new product or service, including target market analysis, promotion strategies, and budget considerations.
- Conducting a financial analysis: MBA students may be asked to analyze the financial performance of a company or industry, and make recommendations for improvement.
- Developing a supply chain management plan: MBA students may be asked to develop a plan for optimizing a company’s supply chain, including inventory management, logistics, and supplier relationships.
- Creating a human resources plan: MBA students may be asked to develop a plan for managing a company’s human resources, including recruitment, training, and retention strategies.
- Operations improvement
- Cost Reduction Projects
- Supply Chain Improvements Projects
- Organization Efficiency Increase Projects
- Customer base improvement
- Product Branding
- Market segmentation
- Marketing communications