Do business schools have a Plan B for Plan S?

STEM research

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?

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The power of ecosystems


Richard Straub tracks the growing interest in ecosystems and their profound implications for management education and research and development. 

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Will learning get you there?

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.

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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.

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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.

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