Synchronous or asynchronous online teaching
What does the future hold for Europe’s universities?
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Synchronous or asynchronous online teaching

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Previous discussions on synchronous or asynchronous teaching focused on technical and didactical aspects. But the decision on online teaching formats is also highly relevant to a school’s strategy. Thomas Bieger and Samuel Heer explore its impacts on long term value for students, resource planning, and in the end the positioning of the school in the academic value chain

Pivoting towards an Innovative Executive Education Ecosystem in Business Schools

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Nowadays, when you can seemingly learn anything online for free, how can business schools best prepare the next generation of future-focused leaders? Jordi Diaz and Daphne Halkias investigate

Practising what we preach: Online learning for EFMD Programme Accreditation

Turning multiple in-person, international seminars into one online event. Robert Galliers, Jens Petter Tøndel, and Barbara Sporn reflect on their experience of this year’s EFMD Programme Accreditation workshops

What does the future hold for Europe’s universities?

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A lasting lesson from this pandemic is that collaboration can lead to a more sustainable future for higher education – through its worst crisis, a shared ecosystem inspired a global solution that minimised the impact of campus closures worldwide. Anthony Tattersall investigates

Humanistic Management for an Entrepreneurial Society

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What might Peter Drucker, the management great, have made of our reactions to the COVID-19 crisis? By Richard Straub

Standardising admissions: Building a club Groucho Marx would proudly join

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Integrity, diversity and fairness are the key to building the right cohort in business schools, argues Sangeet Chowfla

The Engaged Scholar

Andrew Hoffman seeks to inspire academic scholars to bring their work to the publics that need it, and to inspire administrators to make public engagement more acceptable and legitimate within their institutions; to enlarge the tent to be inclusive of multiple ways that one enacts the role of academic scholar in service to today's world

Inspiring Corporate Learning

Martin Moehrle and Steven Smith introduce the new EFMD CLIP framework. Learning is a key factor of success for organisations in today’s dynamic business and societal environments. But how to ensure that your learning function is fully aligned with your organisation's strategy and business priorities?

‘Sustainable Future’

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Business school rankings have resulted in devotion and ridicule in equal measure since they were first developed, and yet they maintain huge popularity with prospective students and administrators alike. Simon Linacre looks at how the status quo could change by adopting a focus on UN Sustainable Development Goals

Effective thought leadership in Business Schools

Vince-Wayne Mitchell, William S. Harvey and Eric Knight ask why, when we read newspapers, business magazines or social media stories, are so few business school academics featured?

Business school advisory boards: increasing engagement, adding value

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Sarah Hardcastle investigates the inextricable link between advisory board member engagement and the value they add

Enhancing business school education and business performance through intellectual property

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Christian Archambeau looks on why intellectual property is important to businesses and accordingly to business schools

Mothers doing doctorates part-time – why do we make it harder than it needs to be?

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If universities really want mature students with families to succeed they’ll need to completely rethink the traditional image of the “doctoral student”. Widening access isn’t enough, say Sue Cronshaw, Peter Stokes, and Alistair McCulloch

The virtuous circle of specialisation and career evolution

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Offering faculty better recognition and rewarding them for their actual contributions and for what they are passionate about, by Valérie Moatti

An urgent call for innovation in Business Education

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Whether students are making art for a famous museum or learning how to be a clown: there is no end to the possibilities for innovation in business education! But how can business professors become motors of this innovation, ask Kivanc Cubukcu and Svenia Busson

The paradoxical relationship of Management Teachers to uncertainty

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Classrooms are unpredictable places at the best of times, but over the last year, teachers and learners have faced a whole new level of uncertainty. How can we live with this and learn from it, ask Michel Fiol, Kristine de Valck and Carolina Serrano-Archimi