Revealed: The Case Centre Impact Index 2023

The Case Centre Impact Index 2023

New global Impact Index unveils business schools’ case impact: When the case method was established at Harvard Business School over a century ago, few could’ve predicted its far-reaching impact on business education worldwide. Today, the case method remains an irreplaceable cornerstone of management education. In the 2022-23 academic year, 1,187 organisations across 85 countries purchased…

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Business schools at COP28


Business school leaders understand the importance of addressing the climate emergency – but only a small proportion get the opportunity to be present at the Conference of the Parties (COP28). The University of Sussex Business School is co-hosting a Pavilion at the Blue Zone of COP28 alongside the JUSTNORTH Project. They are among the few…

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EQUIS Accreditation awarded to three schools; three schools re-accredited

Three schools become EQUIS accredited

We are thrilled to announce that three schools have been awarded initial EQUIS accreditation: UTS Business School, University of Technology Sydney, Australia; Venice School of Management, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy; and ZHAW School of Management and Law, Switzerland. Warm congratulations! Alfons Sauquet, Quality Services & EQUIS Director, commented, ‘We extend a warm welcome to…

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Business School Impact System (BSIS) integrates SDGs into its Societal Impact Dimension


Synergising with EFMD Accreditations on Ethics, Responsibility, and Sustainability: In an era of global challenges, business schools increasingly recognise their role in shaping a more sustainable and responsible future. To address this imperative, the Business School Impact System (BSIS) has taken a significant step by integrating the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into its…

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Three business schools create a new Executive Education programme in Sports Business

sports business

Three European business schools, ESSEC Business School, WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management and the Stockholm School of Economics, have announced the creation of the European Sports Business Programme (ESBP), a new business management executive education offering for leaders interested in the European sports industry. The sports industry is becoming more digital and more…

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Online education that breaks paradigms

online education

Thinking that online education is bad by default is an outdated prejudice that may well reduce our opportunities for professional development and employability. This is demonstrated by the findings of the recent study carried out by ISIL – San Ignacio de Loyola Institute (Lima, Peru) on the competitiveness of Peruvian professionals with online studies. One…

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