During these unusual and uncertain times, adapting to different working environments has become a global norm. With Higher Education organisations temporarily closing their doors, we turn to technology to assist with virtual teaching and maintain vital communication with students and amongst colleagues. David Cockayne, Senior lecturer in Marketing at the University of Liverpool Management School,…

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The Academy of Business in Society is organizing a flagship event Knowledge Into Action Forum on this year’s theme: “Towards a Circular Economy in Business Practice and Education” in an online format to bring ABIS’ business-academic network together in a virtual experience to discuss Circular Economy issues. The circular economy vision has been gaining more…

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Toby Roe communications

It’s been a turbulent time for business schools. Campuses have closed, teaching moved online, and entire teams shifted to home working. Many business school communications teams are engaged in contingency communications and the priorities of keeping students and staff engaged and reassured. At the same time, many are wondering how they can also support the…

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How can business schools effectively use the media to share reassuring stories during the corona virus pandemic? Account Director Stephanie Mullins, from specialist business education PR consultancy BlueSky Education, shares her thoughts.  The business school community is facing one of its greatest challenges in this generation, COVID-19, which has led to many schools switching to different ways…

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Communications, content and collaboration in these difficult times

Toby Roe, Co-founder, Roe Communications, shares his thoughts on how schools can approach the communications challenge in these difficult times, collaborate and come out of the situation stronger. The business education community is adapting to the COVID-19 situation, with many schools switching rapidly to different ways of teaching and operating. Most business schools have already…

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The spread of coronavirus is affecting organisations across the globe; thus, over the next days and weeks, we are inviting you to share insights and experience of how you deal with the situation. The coronavirus is having a significant impact on individuals, but it is equally affecting how business education and corporate institutions operate across…

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How can business schools ensure their media budget is being spent effectively? Account Director Stephanie Mullins, from specialist business education PR consultancy BlueSky Education, shares her thoughts.  At conferences and business education events, I am often asked about the sort of return on investment (ROI) that can be expected from hiring a public relations (PR) agency or…

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Cambridge Judge Business School Wo+Men’s Leadership Conference, Saturday 14 March 2020 In celebration of International Women’s Day, Cambridge Judge Business School’s Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre (WLC) is hosting a one-day conference Reimagining Diversity on Saturday 14 March 2020. The WLC’s mission is to be a hub for global thought leadership, making the necessary changes to foster a…

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Reflections on the 2020 EFMD Conference for Deans and Directors General by the Conference Chair Giuseppe Soda, Dean at SDA Bocconi School of Management. Managing Impact has become a crucial issue for business schools worldwide, not only for their role in shaping the leaders of the future but also for having to embrace the transformations that have…

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Red carpet leading to The Case Centre Awards and Competitions 2020 results

#CaseAwards2020 The 11 Awards and five Competitions are an annual celebration of excellence in case writing and teaching at schools of business, management and government worldwide. This is the 30th year of the Awards, which have been global since 2011 (European Case Awards until 2010). The 2020 results are characterised by increasing diversity, especially in…

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