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Polish, Practice, Prepare

<b>IN 2002, I ATTENDED</b> a scholarship dinner for undergraduates at Tennessee Tech’s College of Business in Cookeville. This annual event allows the …

The MOOC-Based MBA

<b>“SHOULD I GET AN MBA?”</b> For years, this question hung around on the sidelines of my life, taking center stage whenever I faced a transition. It …

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<b>“LEARNING IS A JOURNEY,</b> not a destination.” By making that observation, Wendy Loretto, the dean of the University of Edinburgh Business School in …

The Inhuman Touch: Educators Teach the Nuances of Artificial Intelligence

<b>BIG DATA. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. MACHINE LEARNING.</b> Cognitive computing. They’re terms that are tossed around in business schools today almost as …

Retooling Education

<b>A TRADITIONAL COLLEGE DEGREE TAKES YEARS</b> to complete, costs tens of thousands of dollars in tuition and fees, and often includes courses that deliver …

Rebuilding an MBA Program from the Ground Up

<b>JUST ONE YEAR AFTER</b> the 2012 launch of our two-year part-time MBA, it was clear the program was in trouble. The 34-hour fixed-cohort program at the …

Research Outreach

How can business schools make a greater impact on business? One way is by creating a wider audience—and, in the process, showing the practical …

How Business Schools Are Transforming Education, Making Impact

<b>CAN STUDENTS AT A BUSINESS SCHOOL IN MICHIGAN</b> change the lives of women in Kenya—without even stepping past the shores of the Great Lakes? Through …

How Business Schools Are Transforming Education, Making Impact

<b>CAN STUDENTS AT A BUSINESS SCHOOL IN MICHIGAN</b> change the lives of women in Kenya—without even stepping past the shores of the Great Lakes? Through …

View from the World: Business School Deans Reflect on the Evolution of Their Industry

<b>AS AACSB INTERNATIONAL</b> celebrates its centennial, <i>BizEd</i> wanted to take time to appreciate the rich, varied, and dynamic landscape of management …

How Management Education's Past Shapes its Present

Management education is a product of its time—and always has been. Business schools are not free-standing educational enterprises or academic …

A Brief and Non-Academic History of Management Education

<b>WHILE THE U.S. MODEL OF MANAGEMENT EDUCATION</b> now dominates the world, our industry did not originate in America. The first purpose-built school of …

Starting Points

<b>IN 1900, TEXTBOOKS IN BUSINESS DISCIPLINES</b> were scarce, advertising was taught in psychology departments, and the term “marketing” was not yet in …

Growth & Progress: The Global Impact of Accreditation

What led business schools outside the U.S. to become first in their markets to seek AACSB accreditation? Five deans describe their schools’ journeys …

Time Capsule: A Photo History of Business Education

'A Natural Output'<p>University of California president Benjamin Ide Wheeler, shown here on his horse Rex in the late 1800s, was instrumental in …

Business Schools Must Adapt to an Ever-Changing World

<b>IN “WHAT’S RIGHT—AND STILL WRONG</b>—with Business Schools,” an article that appeared in <i>BizEd</i>’s January/February 2007 issue, author Jeffrey Pfeffer noted …

How Management Education's Past Shapes its Present

Management education is a product of its time—and always has been. Business schools are not free-standing educational enterprises or academic …

Time Capsule: A Photo History of Business Education

'A Natural Output'<p>University of California president Benjamin Ide Wheeler, shown here on his horse Rex in the late 1800s, was instrumental in …

Seeing Business as a Necessary Good

<i>By Carolyn Woo, President and CEO, Catholic Relief Services</i> <br>October 9, 2015<p>I love business education. I love how we train our students to think …

Refueling the Pipeline of Women Leaders: A Call to Action

<i>By Deborah Merrill-Sands, Dean, Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, University of New Hampshire</i> <br>October 13, 2015<p>Business education is a …

ROI for Online Education

Even as student interest in online programs grows, some business school deans and administrators might wonder if it’s worth the effort to launch an …

May/June 2015 | Driven by Mission

How one school keeps its curriculum-embedded assessments in perfect alignment with the four tenets of its mission.<p><b>SOME BUSINESS SCHOOLS</b> use …

May/June 2015 | A Framework for Innovation

What should business schools know, be, or do to encourage innovation on their own campuses?<p><b>HOW CAN SCHOOLS SUSTAIN CURRICULAR INNOVATION?</b> That was …

May/June 2015 | Rising to Excellence

A school in Croatia seeks to become a source of management knowledge for its entire country—and uses AACSB accreditation as its roadmap for …

May/June 2015 | The PhD Effect

When schools in developed nations partner with schools in emerging economies, they can help whole regions grow more prosperous.<p><b>WHEN BUSINESS SCHOOLS</b> …

May/June 2015 | The Right Ideas

To spur economic growth in Africa, business schools must produce more innovative entrepreneurs than ever before. But to do that, they first must …

May/June 2015 | FOCUS ON EMERGING ECONOMIES: Breaking Barriers

<b>How three business schools in emerging economies are promoting progress and advancing management education in their local markets.</b><p><b>THE EVOLUTION OF</b> …