Bear Studios Blog
Bear Studios contributes to the Olin Blog, the official blog of the Olin Business School at Washington University.
How to personally grow through positive change
If you consistently learn about yourself through self-reflection, open yourself to new ideas, take other people’s perceptions less seriously, push your comfortable limits with challenging goals, and learn to embrace failure, then you are well on your way to achieving personal growth.
April 30, 2018 by Ben Kosowsky, Strategy Fellow
Reframing perspectives: A skill to break out of habit
Since my start at WashU last semester, the most important lesson I have learned has revolved around the value of the word “reframe.
April 4, 2018 by Laura Glanz, Strategy Fellow
Chasing high impact: The new American Dream
As a member of Bear Studios, a student-run strategy firm and LLC, I actively use the resources and knowledge that I can contribute at the time to add value to our clients’ projects. I may not have all the answers, but that does not mean I should not leverage what I do know to make the biggest impact that I can.
March 7, 2018 by Lexi Jackson, Director
Failing Forward: A student's perspective
I have been with Bear Studios since March of 2017. I’m still asking stupid questions, and I’m still learning on the job. But I think that’s the point: I am learning.
November 27, 2017 by Jacob Finke, Director
Defining value through business cycles
My main takeaway from this experience was that while it’s useful to have a standardized tool kit to assess a traditional business (like Apple), a more important soft skill to possess is adaptability.
November 7, 2017 by Syed Ahsan, Strategy Fellow
Bear Studios, TechArtista connect students and startups
Bear Studios has formed several key strategic partnerships with WashU and St. Louis-area organizations, with a focus on organizations that share a similar mission and that have a strong sense of community.
November 1, 2017 by Lexi Jackson, Director
Bear Studios takes student learning beyond case studies
Being able to build a relationship with the client and talk through ideas, refine others, and produce a finished product they were excited about, was incredibly rewarding. Seeing the development of skills and interests I’d picked up in the classroom and applying them directly to my extracurricular involvement excites me for future projects with Bear Studios.
October 25, 2017 by Tommy Elzinga, Strategy Fellow