We are excited to alert you about Professor Gary Hamel’s webinar next Tuesday, 2 June at 4pm UK time, titled ‘Professor Gary Hamel: ‘Humanocracy: Creating Organisations as Amazing as the People Inside them’. Gary is the author of one of the best-selling management books of all time, which is co-authored with the late great C.K.Prahalad, published in 1994, “Competing for…

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In the already fifth episode of the Quality Assurance Academy presents the HOW TO webinars Isabelle Fagnot, Associate Dean Quality & Accreditation, KEDGE Business School, and Geralyn McClure Franklin, Interim Dean, University of Louisiana at Lafayette B.I. Moody III College of Business Administration discussed the ins and outs of writing an accreditation report. Starting with…

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Nyenrode

The coronavirus mainly knows losers. People are massively ill, hospital staff are overloaded, we must stay inside, and companies are under pressure. But besides all this misery, there are of course also learnings. This is what I learned from the corona crisis so far. 1. Getting rid of unnecessary ballast It may be a cliché,…

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In the third episode of the Quality Assurance Academy presents the HOW TO webinars, Björn Kjellander, Director of Quality Assurance and Accreditation, Jönköping International Business School, discussed his views on effectiveness of learning and teaching through ILOs and AoL. When asked about his own definition of Assurance of Learning, Björn explained that whereas such reference…

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Continuing to learn from peers, the second episode of the Quality Assurance Academy presents the HOW TO webinars with Adam Thomas, Head of AACSB Accreditation, ZHAW School of Management and Law, focused on engaging your faculty in the accreditation process. Since faculty are a key internal stakeholder of any institution, engaging and involving them in…

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In the first episode of the Quality Assurance Academy presents the HOW TO webinars, Julie Perrin-Halot, Associate Dean/Director Quality, Strategy & International, Grenoble Ecole de Management, dived deep into accreditation strategy. Using questions from the audience throughout the webinar, Julie painted a comprehensive picture of accreditation strategy: Why do you think it is strategic for a higher…

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EFMD + RimaOne_QAA

The currently daunting times press all types of institutions to rethink their modes of operation and even their strategies. Strategy is closely interlinked with an institution’s quality assurance processes and its accreditation journey. Each school is led by its distinct mission and vision differing across regions and the markets it caters to, while the ultimate…

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Updated on 26 May 2020 The coronavirus is having a significant impact on individuals, which is equally affecting the operations of business education and corporate institutions across our network. Given the WHO announcement declaring the spread of COVID-19 a pandemic, we are taking appropriate actions to ensure a safe environment for our members, associates, volunteers…

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efmd highered virtual career fair

The world is turning digital at an unprecedented pace in the current climate. Talent acquisition is no exception. Though campuses are quiet this Spring, talent find new venues to connect with recruiters – the EFMD Virtual Career Fair Series by Highered. The China Virtual Career Fair, which took place between March 24th and April 1st,…

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Nowadays, we come across the term “responsible” almost on a daily basis – this might be in relation to the European Commission’s Responsible Research and Innovation approach, the international network on Responsible Research in Business and Management or in the context of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. But what does responsible mean for doctoral education?…

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