Call for papers for the ABIS 20th Annual Colloquium “Driving impact through responsible investing”

ABIS call for papers

In order to strengthen the dialogue between practitioners and academics on the challenges in enhancing business impact on society through responsible investing, at ABIS- The Academy of Business in Society, we are inviting paper proposals which will be presented during the 20th Annual Colloquium “Driving impact through responsible investing”. We invite academic researchers and practitioners…

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Rendanheyi OpenTalk 2021

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The Business Ecosystem Alliance & Global Rendanheyi Research Centers present Rendanheyi OpenTalk 2021 which will take place online 17-18 September.  About OpenTalk 2021 is a truly unique event that brings together some of the world’s leading business thinkers and practitioners. Over two days it offers a compelling smorgasbord of webinars that offer insights into the innovative Rendanheyi…

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AMDISA publishes e-books on the COVID-19 pandemic

AMDISA e-books

The Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA) is a network of Management Education and Management Development Institutions in South Asia.  As one of its initiatives, AMDISA has produced a series of three e-books collating responses to themes and issues posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The first e-book was published in June 2020…

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Redesigning internationalisation strategies for business schools

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A lot has already been written about the range of consequences that the pandemic has had on business schools and particularly on their internationalisation activities. Travel restrictions and digital delivery continue to impact the ways business schools are providing an international experience to students and participants. Another consequence of the pandemic is that a whole…

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Reinventing online learning: The experiential approach at CapSource

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Did you know that only ⅓ of university students expect to graduate with the skills and knowledge needed to be successful in the workplace? And according to a report by BCG, 64% of business leaders believe that traditional institutions currently don’t prepare students with the skills they need for the jobs they seek. CapSource, a…

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Unlocking multiple forms of excellence and widening innovation through University-Business Cooperation

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The Fourth Industrial Revolution is technology-driven. It requires organisations to harness technology, people, physical and digital spaces into new products and services, in order to thrive in knowledge-based and inclusive societies. Already in 1995, the American economist Clay Christensen defined disruptive innovation as the means to create new markets and value networks that eventually disrupt…

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Adrift in an ocean of quality data?

quality assurance in online learning

Yes, it is annoying, but also fascinating, how the tech giants such as Amazon, Alibaba, Google and Microsoft know enough about us to alert us to new opportunities.  They use targeted advertising, reminders, nudges and suggestions linked to our online activity.  Well, that’s how they make their money, they are motivated to understand the individual…

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Issue 2 of Case Focus journal published

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The Case Centre announces publication of the second edition of Case Focus. Case Focus is central to The Case Centre’s commitment to supporting new voices in case writing, broadening the scope and diversity of cases, and reflecting the cultural diversity, concerns, and career aspirations of faculty in the MEA region and their students. It is…

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