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HEC Liège re-assessed by Business School Impact System

HEC Liège is a strategic institution in the region of Liège, as confirmed by the BSIS assessment conducted in 2015, with a great national and international reputation. The reason for undergoing the BSIS process was to reaffirm the school’s impact three years after the initial labelling and to trace the improvements. Michel Kalika, the BSIS…
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The Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana (FELU) assessed by BSIS

The significant contribution to its region was proved by the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana (FELU), who recently completed the Business School Impact System (BSIS). The positive outcomes confirmed the school’s strong position on the market of the Higher Business Education and Management. FELU is considered a key stakeholder with strategic significance within Slovenia and…
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The Impact of BSIS – the Porto BSIS Study

Unlike most universities, Portugal’s University of Porto has delegated its mission to educate future business leaders to two schools: the School of Economics and Management (FEP) and the Porto Business School (PBS). FEP is a regular school of the University of Porto. PBS was set up as a separate legal entity – an association of…
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Corvinus re-assessed by Business School Impact System

Corvinus Business School at the Corvinus University of Budapest was re-assessed by EFMD Global Network’s Business School Impact System and received the BSIS label for demonstrating with well-documented evidence the impact that the school has on its local environment. “A business school leaves its imprint on its environment come what may. However, the great difference lies…
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HEC Lausanne completed the BSIS impact assessment process

HEC Lausanne was assessed by EFMD Global Network’s Business School Impact System and received the BSIS label for demonstrating with well-documented evidence the impact that the school has on its local environment. “Engaging in the BSIS process gave us the opportunity to work with external experts to investigate with a critical eye the qualitative and…
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BSIS: IAE Savoie Mont Blanc Unveils €116.2 Million Impact on the Region

In order to measure its contribution to the development of the Haute-Savoie, Savoie, and French Genevois region, IAE Savoie Mont Blanc went through an innovative impact study: the Business School Impact System (BSIS). BSIS, run as a joint venture between EFMD Global Network and FNEGE, identifies the tangible and intangible benefits that a school brings…
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Two Porto Schools Demonstrate Their Local Impact

Porto Business School and School of Economics and Management, both at the University of Porto, Portugal, have jointly gone through EFMD Global Network’s Business School Impact System and received the BSIS label for demonstrating with well-documented evidence the impact that both schools have on their local environment. “After the 2008 financial crisis, policy makers began seeking greater evidence…
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The iaelyon School of Management Increases Its Impact on the Region by 38%

The BSIS report reveals that, in 2017, the iaelyon School of Management had an Impact of 357 million on the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. That represents a 38% increase compared to 2012, when the school first went through the process, during the pilot phase of the Business School Impact System. The report also shows other positive impacts of the School on…
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St. Gallen Re-assessed by Business School Impact System

University of St. Gallen was re-assessed by EFMD Global Network’s Business School Impact System and received the BSIS label for demonstrating with well-documented evidence the impact that the school has on its local environment. “The BSIS process is a valuable instrument to assess and develop local impact. It has given us an international framework to…
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The Business of Impact: Does Anyone Use Management Research?

Business schools have been criticised for decades for lacking relevance in their teaching and research. And for good reason in some cases. However new research shows that the disconnect is hardly their fault alone, and Simon Linacre argues that now is the time for business schools to lead the way for all social science research…
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