New GMAC report sheds light on emerging themes in changing graduate management education

GMAC report

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) have released an industry report on “The Future of Graduate Management Education” from the perspective of European business school deans.  The one-of-a-kind report aims to make sense of the shifting graduate management education (GME) landscape and forecasts what the future holds for GME through interviewing 20 deans from a select group of European business school thought leaders. The resulting conversations contain rich insights for business school professionals as they cultivate the next generation of impactful business leaders. ‘In a volatile world…

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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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5th Global Conference on Creating Value

creating value

Gautam Mahajan, President of the Customer Value Foundation, and Founder Editor of the Journal of Creating Value, gives a personal invitation to the 5th Global Conference on Creating Value. Please do come for the 5th Global Conference on Creating Value in Kanazawa, Japan 2-4 September 2022. This is my personal request to attend by registering here. Creating Value…

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7 cities you may not have considered for business education


Ever thought of studying in Brighton rather than Budapest? Or Nur-Sultan rather than New York? PR experts Stephanie Mullins and Kyle Grizzell from specialist business education communications consultancy BlueSky Education explore the locations of seven business schools. When deciding where to study business education, there are a number of cities that students might be drawn to first, due to their…

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ABIS Knowledge Into Action Forum “Futures of Business Education”

knowledge into action

ABIS – The Academy of Business in Society would like to invite you to its Knowledge Into Action Forum focusing on “Futures of Business Education”.  The event addresses the increasingly relevant role and responsibility of business schools for sustainable development (as laid out in our recent position paper on the topic). It will provide you with an overview…

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A new focus on what really matters for African business

Henley Africa

A new webinar series being launched by The Dunning Africa Centre at Henley Business School South Africa in May will tap the continent into an international research agenda and aims to unlock more global opportunities for African business. Henley Business School Africa, Dunning Africa Centre (DAC) is launching a webinar series this May in a…

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Lockdowns might be history but online MBAs are here to stay

COVID-19 closed classrooms but applicants kept studying on and applying to MBA courses, prompting business schools to further develop their capacity for online teaching. Associate Director Stephanie Mullins and colleague Jamie Hose from specialist business education PR consultancy BlueSky Education explore eight business schools and their online or hybrid MBA programmes. Before the pandemic struck,…

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Business recovery in Ukraine

business recovery in Ukraine

Article by Tymofiy Mylovanov, President of Kyiv School of Economics, Advisor of President Zelenskyi Office, Minister of economy Ukraine 2019-2020. The economy in Ukraine took the first shock and has begun to adapt. Not all companies adapt easily, not all of them do it successfully. Statistics show that about 10-20% of companies have adapted and are…

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Building trust in supervisory relationships

supervisory relationship

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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