Posts Tagged ‘business education’
Globally Responsible Leadership – sharing insights and experiences
This special issue of Global Focus provides a glimpse into the ongoing learning and experimentation held with and driven by the GRLI Partner and Associate network.Read More
Building the world’s most relevant business school: The Hult Ashridge story
Dina Dommett and Roger Delves discuss the history of Hult Ashridge, from its origins in a 13th-century monastery to a modern educational charity.Read More
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Enhancing business school education and business performance through intellectual property
Christian Archambeau looks on why intellectual property is important to businesses and accordingly to business schoolsRead More
Can business schools rescue business?
Did business schools cause the economic crisis? No, says Gerard van Schaik, but they have a key role in determining what comes next.Read More
Where do we go from here?
We should approach the future, respond to crises of the pandemic, and technological change, in a thoughtful, well-considered and purposeful manner, not an impulsive one. This requires a more strategic and purposeful, resilient approach.Read More
Looking back, thinking forward
Without a doubt, business schools have been a success story in higher education over the last 50 years (the period of EFMD’s existence). Even so, they have come under scrutiny, and attack, over their academic legitimacy and value proposition for business and society.Read More
Africa: The management education challenge
How will the competitive environment in African management education evolve over the next ten years?Read More
More EQUAL than others?
The European Quality Link (EQUAL) is one of the less well-known bodies in which EFMD is involved but is also one of the most innovative and long-standing. Irina Sennikova explains its role.Read More
Giving students the best international education
John Oldale explains how Canada’s University of Victoria’s business school turned the search for a more international MBA into a new type of graduate programme.Read More
Business school evolution: Media insights and the future outlook
Gillian Goh, Michelle Lee and Howard Thomas examine the way the media has reported the business school ‘industry’ over the past 20 years and what the future might hold.Read More
Rise of the dragons
Jean-Paul Larçon and Geneviève Barré chronicle the development of Chinese management education and economic transformation since 1984.Read More
The business of change
Business schools must change if they are to serve their students and society well, says Garth Saloner, Dean of Stanford Graduate School of Business.Read More
Does Africa need an “African” management education model?
Howard Thomas, Michelle Lee, Lynne Thomas and Alexander Wilson ask if Africa can (and should) develop its own style of management education.Read More
Is business education a good preparation for a business career?
Tanya Bondarouk and Ivar Dorst detail their study for the University of Twente in the Netherlands of how business leaders see the role of business education.Read More
Dynamic capabilities and the business school of the future
Business schools need to focus more clearly on their dynamic capabilities in order to re-invigorate and re-develop themselves and their students.Read More