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Importance Of Synchronous Elements In Fully Online Courses

Importance Of Synchronous Elements In Fully Online Courses

By Divyaanshu Makkar, Co-Founder Connect2Teach Most institutions today are moving towards developing online courses that are 100% asynchronous (pre-recorded, self-paced) given its scalability. While the debate of asynchronous vs synchronous courses has been going for a while, we believe that even the best asynchronous courses have synchronous elements. If chosen strategically, synchronous elements can help…

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Learn to love uncertainty to grow the MBA of the future

Tomorrow's MBA

Andrew Crisp draws out key findings from the 2019 Tomorrow’s MBA report For those in the MBA marketplace, learning to love uncertainty has become something of a requirement and is a focus of the newly released Tomorrow’s MBA report from CarringtonCrisp and EFMD. Stories of the MBAs demise abound, but are wide of the mark,…

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Workshop: Innovative place-based Triple Helix approaches for regional development through Smart Specialisation Strategies

Workshop: Innovative place-based Triple Helix approaches for regional development through Smart Specialisation Strategies – 28-29 June 2019, St Mary’s University, Twickenham, London The School of Business and Society at St Mary’s University in the UK in cooperation with the Triple Helix Association and with the support from Erasmus+ programme of the European Union (Jean Monet Action) is inviting participants…

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Special Issue of the Triple Helix Journal – Call for papers

Special Issue of the Triple Helix Journal (ISSN: 2197-1927) “Triple Helix Futures” – Call for papers   Special Issue Co-Editors: Ekaterina Albats, LUT-University, Finland Rabii Outamha, University of Hassan II, Morocco Henry Etzkowitz, International Triple Helix Institute (ITHI), Silicon Valley, USA Deadline for extended abstracts: May 31st 2019 New perspectives towards Triple Helix innovation and…

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Is Authentic Leadership the answer? Maybe we need to reframe the question…

Dr Marian Iszatt-White, Lancaster University Management School In the broadest possible context, ‘authenticity’ has been subject to two very different symbolic interpretations. We all recognise the idea of ‘type authenticity’ in relation to specific products, and which we see validated via such approaches as hallmarks on silver, patents on product designs, and historical listings on…

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The Case Centre launches new case journal for the MEA region

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#CaseFocusJournal New from The Case Centre, Case Focus offers a journal publication outlet for high-quality, peer-reviewed teaching cases, with a focus on management and business situations in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region. Richard McCracken, Director of The Case Centre and Editor-in-Chief of the journal, said: “We are excited to announce the first journal…

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Sharing your research with the media

Business schools spend a lot of time talking about combining academic quality with practical application. Ideally, all research from business schools would be both academically rigorous and appealing to practitioners. The reality, of course, is that much research is not that accessible to non-academic audiences. Debra L. Shapiro and Bradley Kirkman in Harvard Business Review…

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