La crisis como oportunidad

En una pandemia mundial en la que los responsables de las escuelas de negocios están preocupados por el aprendizaje virtual, los presupuestos y las burbujas de estudiantes, ¿dónde figuran los programas de doctorado en la lista de prioridades?

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El liderazgo de las escuelas de negocios bajo la lupa

Los términos “gestión de crisis” y “liderazgo de crisis” se utilizan indistintamente. Sin embargo, se espera que los líderes de crisis establezcan un sentido de propósito e inspiren y motiven a los individuos para alinear sus esfuerzos con el contexto y la cultura de la organización.

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Crisis as opportunity

During a global pandemic when business school leaders are preoccupied with virtual learning, budgets, and student bubbles, where do doctoral programmes feature on the list of priorities?

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Happy anniversary?

What’s the point of a business school anniversary? ‘Re-membering’ and re-energising for the next one, according to Julie Davies and David Buisson.

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‘Brexit means…’

UK business schools are facing a perfect storm with transformational policy reforms in the Higher Education and Research Bill and uncertainties following the Brexit referendum.

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Building better business schools

Building better business schools

The contemporary purpose of a business school is to develop and enhance the individual’s and the collective’s abilities to innovate. That means not merely creating, inventing, and imagining but also commercialising products and services.

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Inciting exciting insights

Julie Davies looks back on five years of the International Deans’ Programme, a joint initiative between the Association of Business Schools and EFMD.

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The impact of the impact agenda

Business schools are facing increasing pressures to demonstrate their ‘impact’ on their surroundings and operations. Christophe Lejeune, Julie Davies and Ken Starkey analyse new research into how the impact agenda is affecting schools.

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