Connecting with careers at the 2022 CPDI

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By Maria Moragianis, Head of Career Development & Community Engagement, Highered. This year’s CPDI (Career Professionals Development Institute), graciously hosted by EADA Business School in Barcelona was the first in-person EFMD careers event since the Covid-19 outbreak and the energy was high among the 20 careers professionals participating. After two years of online connecting, it…

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The long commute

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Adam Mitchell, Marketing Manager for Lancaster University Management School, continues his series on attending the EFMD Marcom, External & Alumni Relations conference sustainably. Reprinted with his permission from The Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business and Lancaster University website.  On Saturday 25 June, I’ll be cycling from Lancaster University Management School, travelling east across England to the coastal city…

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Building trust in supervisory relationships

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Supervisory relationships are powerful. Research supervisors and doctoral candidates become entwined in a professional relationships based, if they are lucky, on a shared passion for a topic and a desire to push the boundaries of what is known in their field. To work well, they need to trust each other, to produce work, to receive…

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Adam’s grand adventure to the EFMD Marcom, External & Alumni Relations Conference

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Adam Mitchell, the Marketing Manager for Lancaster University Management School, explains how he will attend the conference sustainably. Reprinted with permission from The Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business and Lancaster University website.  Greenhouse gas emissions from travel constitute 27% of emissions in the United Kingdom (UK Government, 2019) and also makes up a large…

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2022: Year of the SDGs?

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As a New Year year begins, Cabells would first like to wish everyone a Happy New Year, and kick 2022 off with some reflections on what could be the hottest trend in scholarly communications this year: the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Simon Linacre shares an update on this fast-moving area and surveys the runners and…

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Our research model might be broken, but we have the tools to fix it

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Internal practices within organisations and companies have, for good or bad, the ability to transcend and shape not only the present of those organisations but the future of the sector they represent. Business schools and other management development institutions are no different, and, as we have observed in our recent research, some practices could be…

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It’s the people that make a business school

The Business of Branding report provides data, insight and analysis to help schools improve their branding and marketing activity, understanding what differentiates them from competitors, perceptions of international study destinations and how best to meet student, staff and corporate demands. It’s difficult at present to think the future of business education is about technology and…

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Responsible Leadership Reimagined: A call for papers

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South Africa has played an important role in driving the topic with the first International Conference on Responsible Leadership being held in 2010 at the University of Pretoria in Johannesburg. Nine years later, the Academy of Management held a specialised conference on Responsible Leadership in Bled, Slovenia. The Responsible Leadership Reimagined Conference (16 – 18…

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