A year into Russia’s invasion, the education system in Ukraine and the university campuses continue to remain under threat of deadly missile attacks and bombardments by Russian forces. Sophia Opatska on Ukraine's resilience, innovation and inspiration.
How the metaverse can help business schools stay competitive by Daphne Halkias, Jordi Diaz and Mark Esposito. The metaverse can provide students with immersive and interactive learning, strengthening knowledge retention.
How will GAI will change or add to the competencies our graduates will need in the future world of work, what pedagogical and didactical formats will be required to teach these competencies, and ultimately how it will affect the overall strategies of IHEs?
Despite the commitment of business schools, has the complex agenda of embedding sustainability authentically translated into reality? By Fara Azmat, Ameeta Jain and Bhavani Sridharan.
As somebody who is involved in both the worlds of SDGs and leadership scholarship, Willem Fourie is beginning to understand how the SDGs can help us change the way we teach leadership.
The most recent version of social impact in business research is an extension of the history of what it means to be a scholar within the fields typically represented in our domain, says Ron Hill.
The machine model for management that we inherited from the industrial age has run its course. Is sustainability hostage to an old management paradigm? If so, asks Richard Straub, how can we liberate it from this yoke?
Julie Davies, Howard Thomas, Eric Cornuel and Rolf D. Cremer highlight key insights on leading a business school in different national, cultural, and institutional contexts and how deans’ roles and responsibilities have changed over time.
Many top management journals have become increasingly rigorous and scientific, often sacrificing relevance in their pursuit of excessive rigour.
In their book, Véronique Ambrosini, Gavin Jack and Lisa Thomas build on their disciplinary knowledge and body of work to elaborate on how sustainability could become the modus operandi for business schools.
Generative AI is disrupting numerous sectors throughout academia and business. One of the industries that seem poised to take particularly energetic advantage of the explosive interest in generative AI is marketing.
How does a business school in the world’s most isolated city meet the EQUIS internationalisation standards? Helen Verhoeff provides a perspective from Curtin Business School.
The idea of a ‘Midlife Review’ is gaining traction to open up conversations and plan ahead. It provides a holistic review, considering everything that may impact a person's work in the medium to long term.
Wang Hong offers her insights into the new missions and new requirements for business education around the world, and shares her views about how CEIBS can set a new benchmark in the business education community.
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