Reflections on the state of the career services industry in a post-COVID marketplace

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The Career Professionals Development Institute (CPDI) was inaugurated in November 2019, following years of feedback from Career Services professionals from the EFMD Global network, as to the need to go deeper into the challenges of the industry. Since then, this program, which is jointly organised by Highered and EFMD, has endeavoured to equip talent professionals…

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Positioning Business Schools in the Emerging Digital Ecosystem: Leading Transformation Part Two

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EFMD Professional Development offers a ten-day programme focusing on two aspects of business school transformation essentials: digitalisation and sustainability The fourth industrial revolution, accelerated by the pandemic, has initiated a new era in business education. Digital technologies heavily impact the way we work, learn, spend our free time and essentially the way we think. They…

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Learning Transformation Insights

An online EFMD Sharing Best Practice Workshop hosted by METRO on 26 March. This online workshop was prepared and delivered in partnership with CLIP accredited Metro AG. After an overview of METRO and its House of Learning, provided by Christian Rippl, the participants from across Asia and Europe discussed the following three topical issues of…

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Key challenges in the online business education world

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Martin Rodriguez, Director of IE Publishing and Executive Education Online at IE Business School and facilitator of the EFMD Online Teaching Academy, addresses some of the challenges of online business education. To tackle those challenges and keep up with rapidly-evolving trends in online business education, we look forward to seeing you at the Online Teaching…

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Scholarships for new case teachers

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As part of the annual #WorldCaseTeachingDay celebrations, The Case Centre announces a scholarship programme for new case teachers. Five case teaching scholarships will be offered each year to support the development of new case teachers. Richard McCracken, Director of The Case Centre said: “Supporting case teachers and writers is a critical element of our mission,…

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The New International: The end of internationalisation as we know it?

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Internationalisation has been at the heart of business and management education for decades. The ability to collaborate with institutions outside your home country, bring visiting academic staff, send students for exciting exchanges, run summer schools, we have done it all. Internationalisation as we know it has been, so far, mainly defined and measured by the…

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We are all in this together

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I have been writing about, and promoting, the concept of interconnectedness for several years. It first came up in my academic life as I was conducting research into the mindset of sustainability champions. In several interviews with the respondents, I observed that the growth of their awareness that we are all interconnected always came as…

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MBA International Business

MBA International Business

Are you an entrepreneur, MBA candidate or MBA student in Latin America, who seeks to update their knowledge on MBA and specialised Master’s programmes offered by business schools worldwide? Or a professional who wants to gain practical knowledge about the different areas of business organisation such as administration, economics, finance, marketing and human resources? MBA…

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Career Professionals Development Institute: Lessons learned and implemented

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By Rachel Tonner, Head of MBA Careers Provision at Imperial College Business School and a graduate of Career Professionals Development Institute 2019 My colleague and I attended the EFMD Careers Professional Development Institute in November 2019 where we experienced an extremely enjoyable, informative and motivating two days. The environment was informal, welcoming and there was…

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