The EFMD business magazine

The EFMD business magazine

Vol. 18 Issue 02 ’24
This issue features a range of thought-provoking articles addressing current challenges and innovations in global management education. Herman Aguinis highlights the need for business schools to address irresponsible research practices, while Oliver Laasch calls for radical changes in management education to tackle ethical and environmental issues. Bob Galliers discusses the importance of accreditation in maintaining high educational standards, whilst Simeon de la Torre examines the shift away from hustle culture, urging schools to adapt. Sarah Hardcastle’s explores the Black Leadership Empowerment Programme at Open University Business School, and Linda Irwin and Isabel Rimanoczy’s call for curricular reform to address environmental and sociological changes. Saad Laraqui and Hicham Nachit detail efforts by African business schools to drive climate action, whilst Batoul El Mawla and Najoua Tahri provide insights on sustainable development in French business schools. Ram Kumar Mishra discusses building and sustaining management institutions in India, whilst by Samir Dani et al., discuss how Keele Business School is fostering a purpose-driven mindset among students. Other pieces explore climate education, equitable research evaluation, internationalisation strategies, curricular reform, and systemic changes in business school models.
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