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Teaching RenDanHeYi in business schools

By Bill Fischer / September 14, 2022 /

…to revitalise mature organisations cannot to be found; Bosch Power Tools, Fujitsu Cloud Services in Western Europe, Buurtzorg Nederland and Zappos, are among a small, but growing group of organisations…

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global responsibility in practice

Global responsibility in practice: Examples of collaboration, alliance, and inter-dependency from GRLI partners and associates

By Dean Outerson / June 1, 2022 /

…based in Europe and one in Asia – illustrate how GRLI Partners & Associates are making impact within programmes, across disciplines, and beyond borders. For GRLI Partners and Associates, alliances…

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How a new study-abroad scheme points the way for European business schools

By Josep Franch / May 25, 2022 /

…been a central appeal of the business school experience. For almost four decades, European schools have sought to foster harmonisation in the spirit of continental ideals. Since 1987, the Erasmus…

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Never waste a good crisis: Going for the management moonshots

By Richard Straub / May 25, 2022 /

…people in 38 countries with famine, according to the World Food Programme, and energy-related sanctions that might bring part of the European industry to a standstill. All this adds up…

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How has Covid-19 changed business school candidate preferences?

By Matt Hazenbush / May 25, 2022 /

…banking and asset management (33%) industries, all of which maintained a level of interest with Western Europeans relative to before the pandemic. Western Europe and the United States are still…

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Whether (or wither) academic journal guides?

By Angus Laing / May 25, 2022 /

…inhabit an environment where responsibility is increasingly being seen as central to what business schools are about, central to our research. We need to extend that responsibility to the domain…

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Remote work update

By Matthias Moelleney / May 19, 2022 /

…of digitisation of companies and the willingness of management, executives, and employees to transform are also of central importance, and here the Swiss Remote Work Competence Center can offer professional…

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gender equality

Winter is…going? A gradual thaw in gender equality

By Anna Ginès / January 17, 2022 /

…management or decision-making bodies, only one in five European institutions in this field is led by a woman. In the comparative study done by EQUAL4EUROPE, the findings among our schools…

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business research

Celebrating small wins and calling bold actions

By Anne S. Tsui / January 17, 2022 /

European Finance Association decided to give a Best Paper Prize in Responsible Finance beginning with the 2020 annual conference. These award-winning works exemplify the principles of responsible research by producing…

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compromisos de sostenibilidad

Are business schools talking the walk?

By Lars Moratis / January 17, 2022 /

…The data were collected by visually inspecting the websites of a total of 680 PRME signatories from Africa (28), Asia (132), Australia (35), Europe (297), North America (152), and Latin…

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What does the future hold for Europe’s universities?

By Anthony Tattersall / October 18, 2021 /

…courses allows us to attract more students from Hungary, across Europe, and abroad, which ultimately fosters greater diversity and success for our students and university.’ Institutes across Europe – including…

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Drucker management

Humanistic Management for an Entrepreneurial Society

By Richard Straub / October 18, 2021 /

…the political sphere with the ultimate failures at the European Union level where the bureaucratic mindset and a lack of managerial competencies caused significant harm to European citizens. Conversely, we…

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Effective thought leadership in Business Schools

By Vince-Wayne Mitchell / October 13, 2021 /

…versus retail), a country approach (Asia versus Europe), a level approach (Supervisor versus Board level), or any other criteria which prescribes the relevance for the target audience. With targeting comes…

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Practising what we preach: Online learning for EFMD Programme Accreditation

By Robert Galliers / October 13, 2021 /

…a total of 30 new programmes in the system, with many being delivered outside of Europe by schools in Central Asia, Latin and North America, as well as the Far…

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Rising Model of “3I” Circles

By Linan LEI / July 2, 2021 /

…this process. Since the key to successful entrepreneurship is innovative talent, Chinese central and provincial-level governments expect college students, people with high quality and ability, to serve as a strong…

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Why management history matters…

By Morgen Witzel / June 1, 2021 /

…of the Medici Bank, Europe’s biggest business of its day. The first modern business school, set up for the purpose of teaching managers to do their jobs efficiently and effectively,…

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What is ‘new’ about disruption?

By Bernhard Bachmann / February 15, 2021 /

…a huge alumni network which is having its fiftieth anniversary this year. Our international students come to study at EBS in order to gain exposure to the German and European…

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Building a sustainable online strategy post COVID-19?

By Ginny Gibson / February 15, 2021 /

…instead needed to future-proof and fail-safe their offerings and adopt a more proactive approach to working online. Then, in March, COVID-19 landed in Europe: our project moved to the backburner…

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Examining business school leadership

By Julie Davies / February 15, 2021 /

centralised control has, in many cases, distracted deans and their teams from seriously addressing long-standing crises that the current global pandemic has brought to the fore. This article captures discussions…

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Crisis as opportunity

By Julie Davies / February 15, 2021 /

…of American and European approaches. A decade later, we reflect more broadly on how to support business school doctoral programmes in the quite different context of a global pandemic. Often…

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Unlocking human potential through learning English

By EFMD / October 20, 2020 /

…of economies of scale and ensuring consistency in the programme. The programme has provided support for learners in all time zones, across 16 languages, through a dedicated EF central team,…

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A journey from A to what can Be – The Future Factory Programme

By EFMD / October 20, 2020 /

…periphery of Europe, Dublin Airport and its commercial ecosystem is central to the success of the country’s strategy to engage as a global hub for business and people. daa, therefore,…

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Employer views

By Andrew Crisp / August 29, 2020 /

…are most likely to expect to start a business or work for themselves at some point in their life. Those from Central and South America are most likely to still…

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Student views

By Andrew Crisp / August 29, 2020 /

…it appears that there is strong interest in achieving positive change which is also particularly apparently in Central and South America where respondents believe that content in their studies that…

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North meets South: a call for inclusive global research

By Smaranda Boros / June 2, 2020 /

…reflected on the one hand in acrimonious economic negotiations between the-haves and the-have-nots of the world, even when they reside under the same institutional umbrella, such as the European Union,…

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What digitalisation means for universities

By Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger / February 10, 2020 /

Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger explains how one of Europe’s leading universities is surfing the rising tide of digitalisation. The process of digitalisation has evolved rapidly. Early on, digitalisation was often limited to…

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When the world is not enough

By Thomas Froehlicher / October 30, 2019 /

…for a two-day meeting at the school. They come from Asia, North and South America and Europe and all have experience of central positions in the governance of their own…

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The future of business schools: shut them down or broaden our horizons?

By Ken Starkey / June 5, 2019 /

…(Pluto Press), was written from a European (particularly UK) perspective. Alongside such well-known writers as Henry Mintzberg, he argues that business school education is framed in terms of a winner-takes-all…

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Professional development in a changing world

By Ivana Marinkovic / February 4, 2019 /

Ivana Marinkovic, Associate Director, EFMD Global Network Central and Eastern Europe Eric Cornuel, CEO and Director General, EFMD. Today management education and development is about fostering purpose-led organisations that are…

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The Executive Academy

By Steven A.Y.Poelmans / February 4, 2019 /

…(such as Europe); therefore the opportunity was general for all regions in the world and we decided to offer the programme in three different locations, Europe (Prague), America (Miami) and…

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