Read three perspectives, from Arnoud De Meyer, Thomas Bieger and Robina Xavier, that describe the opportunities and challenges of the digital transformation for business schools. All argue that having a sound strategy is essential.
A zero-based cultural perspective on dealing with the hybrid reality of teaching in business schools
Susan Fournier and Howard Thomas explore a new business school future, question existing approaches and identify and examine five core issues.
Concepción Galdón, Knut Haanaes, Daniel Halbheer, Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Katell Le Goulven, Mike Rosenberg, Peter Tufano, and Amelia Whitelaw discuss the importance of making knowledge available to the business community through various shared initiatives.
A study by economists Antonio Ciccone and Jan Nimczik examines the long-term economic consequences of the inflow of refugees in Germany after World War II.
Dina Dommett and Roger Delves discuss the history of Hult Ashridge, from its origins in a 13th-century monastery to a modern educational charity.
Amanda Nimon-Peters outlines her multi-disciplined approach to increasing personal influence in real and virtual workplace environments.
Jordi Robert-Ribes discusses the growth of student reviews, their impact on business school rankings and the importance of school alumni.
The impact of Brexit and the pandemic on UK business schools and economists, by James Walker, Chris Brewster, Rita Fontinha, Washika Haak-Shaheem, and Fabio Lamperti.
Sarah Hardcastle discusses the vast advisory ecosystem that enables programme teams to better understand the fast-changing business environment and improve the business relevance of the MBA.
Tell us: What are you doing? Improving how you communicate your academic research, relevance and expertise
The Australian Business Deans Council has launched a book to boost skills in translating academic research for wide audiences. Leslie Falkiner-Rose explains its importance and summarises its content.