How are fellowships changing the business world?

diversity, equity and inclusion in business education

In a world that’s still battling against inequality, sometimes due to sexism or the burden of the effects of climate change falling destructively on developing nations, business schools are pushing the envelope in an attempt to make opportunities and spaces more equitable. PR experts Stephanie Mullins and Thomas Willis from BlueSky Education take a closer look at…

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Celebrating impact and sharing best practice

Manchester Metropolitan Business School BSIS celebration

Niall Cronin, Professor Jennie Shorley, Professor Liz Warren and Professor Hannah Holmes from the Manchester Metropolitan University’s Business School (MMUBS) reflect on the achievements in 2023. One of the highlights has certainly been evaluating and celebrating their impact through the Business School Impact System (BSIS), which is a testament to the pride they have for…

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A path to internationalisation: Canary Islands Business School’s journey

Canary Islands

Living on an island has important considerations. As a fragmented territory, it Is much harder to establish communications with the rest of the world. An Ultraperipheral European island presents even greater challenges. The Canary Islands are farther away from Madrid than Rabat, Nouakchott, Dakar, or Banjul.  A distant, fragmented territory complicates and usually increases the…

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Cross-continental business school partnerships you should know about

partnerships

In an increasingly interconnected world, educational partnerships across continents have become incredibly valuable for global learning experiences. Business education PR experts Kyle Grizzell and Stephanie Mullins-Wiles from BlueSky Education explore some of the partnerships that could inspire further collaboration in the industry.  From fostering a deeper understanding of global issues and different business approaches to…

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Investment and training in AI

training

Investing in and training for artificial intelligence (AI) is a prominent trend in business and beyond. Recent economic news, particularly from the Future Talent Council’s Global Advisory Board on Curriculum Innovation, highlights companies’ significant investments in developing proprietary generative AI models and extensive training programs. These efforts aim to upskill their workforce, outpacing competitors rapidly.…

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Further combining business and technology in management education

technology

Business schools are ensuring that technology and business are more often inextricably linked in many different ways. INSEAD has launched their Knowledge App, an expert opinion and management insights portal with the latest business thinking and views from award-winning faculty and global contributors, updated daily. NEOMA Business School proudly offers a whole campus – that’s entirely…

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Responsive Management Education: Giving back control

management education

Traditional management research does not fit today’s challenges and needs to find ways to give back control to learners. Management education at business schools and universities is based on the promise of developing the competencies of the next generation of managers and leaders. Thus, the substantial changes in society that we are currently witnessing have, by…

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Fundraising campaigns at business schools

campaign fund raising

A few years ago, The Financial Times published an article that stated European business schools were adopting the US art of big fundraising. Now, Stephanie Mullins takes a closer look at the INSEAD‘s Force for Good Campaign as it concludes.  INSEAD’s largest fundraising campaign to date, the Force for Good campaign, was launched in 2013 and has surpassed…

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How business education can create business citizens

business schools

Yusuf Sidani is the Dean of Suliman S. Olayan School of Business (OSB), part of the American University of Beirut (AUB). He explores some of the challenges business schools have faced in recent years and explains why he thinks business schools should embed ethics and morals throughout the curriculum to produce work-ready graduates: The world…

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Global study forecasts growth and hybrid delivery mode for DBA market

DBA market

In the rapidly evolving landscape of higher education and business management, doctoral programmes are continuously adapting to meet the demands of the ever-changing corporate world. Among these programmes, the Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) has emerged as a significant candidate, poised to reshape the future of business education. A new report, “The Future of DBA Market:…

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