Vol.13 Issue 02 – ’19
Making HR future proof
Digital augmented education: Are you ready to experiment?
Chengyi Lin looks back on the so far somewhat chequered history of technology in management education but is sanguine about its future.Read More
Do business schools have a Plan B for Plan S?
For those involved in STEM research and the publishing industry, the last year has been all about Plan S and its potential impact on both constituencies. But what are the consequences, unintended or otherwise, for business schools and their research programmes?Read More
Crafting a successful executive education programme
Harwin de Vries, Jens Meyer, Luk Van Wassenhove and Nana von Bernuth recount the difficulties involved in reorienting a flagship programme for senior executives.Read More
The power of ecosystems
Richard Straub tracks the growing interest in ecosystems and their profound implications for management education and research and development.Read More
A future for business education: Why business as usual is bad business
Chris Pitelis calls for a re-imagining of business education and business schools so they can help build a better and brighter future.Read More
Harnessing disruption – a glimpse into the future
An innovative programme in Canada is showing how cooperation between academia and business can profit both.Read More
The future of business schools: shut them down or broaden our horizons?
Ken Starkey and Howard Thomas report on a groundbreaking workshop that debated the mounting criticism of business schools and where they might go from here.Read More
Preparing students for the world outside the classroom
Ishwar Puri and Leonard Waverman describe how a new programme at a top Canadian university breaks down academic barriers and allows students to pursue their interests across the campus in collaborative and experiential ways.Read More
Much ado about …scientific research
Defining a sustainable research and development strategy gives many business schools a headache. Michael Haenlein suggests some cures.Read More
Antonia Lütgens describes how an education geared to sustainability is proving itself as sustainable.Read More
Will learning get you there?
While learning as a subject is well developed, “learning transfer”, defined as the degree to which learners effectively apply the knowledge, skills and attitudes gained in a learning event to the workplace, continues to be neglected.Read More
Positive learning on carbon neutrality
Growing a world-class, competitive business school and being a leader in sustainability may seem like two juxtaposed goals, but the University of Victoria’s Peter B Gustavson School of Business, in Victoria, BC, has found a way to do both.Read More
Interweaving internationalisation and corporate relevance
Germany, the US, Singapore, Brazil may sound like an exciting world trip but they are also places where lucky students are IBEA undergraduates.Read More
The challenge of change
Throughout history, people have thought that theirs was a truly transformative time. In hindsight, they were often wrong but, says Bert van der Zwaan; now there are reasons to believe that the world of higher education at least is changing more profoundly than ever.Read More
The quest for effective performance management
Edna Diez and Revathi Raghavan argue that to work properly, performance management needs to shift from being an evaluative tool to one that grows and develops people.Read More