Wo+men’s Leadership Conference 2021: Cambridge Women Can

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The Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre of University of Cambridge Judge Business School is thrilled to announce the return of its annual conference, the theme this year – Cambridge Women Can. EFMD members can attend free of charge by using the special code: WLC2021! Date: Monday 7 – Friday 11 June 2021 Times:  Monday 12:45-14:00 Tuesday-Thursday 13:00-14:00 Friday…

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The responsibility turn: building responsible doctoral programmes for a responsible future

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Eva Cools, DBA Manager & Research Manager of Vlerick Business School and co-chair of the 2021 EFMD Doctoral Programmes Conference (DPC), shares her reflections from the conference. Recently I had the honour to co-chair the 2021 EFMD Doctoral Programmes Conference (DPC), together with Christine Unterhitzenberger from the University of Leeds. Although we already chose the…

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BSIS Virtual Symposium Conclusions

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Michel Kalika, Director, BSIS, shares conclusions of the recent Business School Impact System (BSIS) Virtual Symposium The 2021 BSIS Symposium was organised through eight sessions that covered all the topics that business schools face today. During the last two weeks of April, 25 experts participated in the sessions and shared their experience on the impact…

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2021 CERALE-EGADE Business School Colloquium

CERALE-EGADE 2021 Colloquium

Global Challenges and technological, business, and social response strategies in the Americas and Europe We are pleased to announce the 2021 CERALE-EGADE Business School Colloquium that will take place online 22, 23 and 24 September 2021 Under the theme “Global Challenges and technological, business, and social response strategies in the Americas and Europe.” The three-day…

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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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2021 Excellence in Practice Gold Award Winners

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EFMD is delighted to announce the 2021 EFMD Excellence in Practice Gold Award Winners. Since 2007, the EFMD Excellence in Practice (EiP) Awards have recognised outstanding and impactful client-supplier partnerships in the domains of Organisational, Talent, Leadership and Professional Development. The 2021 Gold Award Winners in the following five categories are: Organisational Development Daimler & ESMT Berlin &…

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2021 Excellence in Practice Silver Award Winners

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EFMD is delighted to announce the 2021 EFMD Excellence in Practice Silver Award Winners. Since 2007, the EFMD Excellence in Practice (EiP) Awards have recognised outstanding and impactful client-supplier partnerships in the domains of Organisational, Talent, Leadership and Professional Development. The 2021 Silver Award Winners in the following five categories are: Organisational Development International Committee…

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Fundação Getulio Vargas Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo completes the BSIS process

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We are pleased to announce that Fundação Getulio Vargas Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo (FGV EAESP) has completed the rigorous Business School Impact System (BSIS) assessment process and received the BSIS label. Warm congratulations to the institution! FGV EAESP was founded in 1954 and currently has around 3,580 students. It is Brazil’s most…

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Societal and Sustainable: The 21st Century University

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The societal aspects of education provide some of its main benefits, its purpose being to contribute to society’s welfare. Universities should accordingly produce responsible and accountable leaders in their respective domains through education. However, higher education’s quest for revenue and reputation has led universities to sideline or even neglect this stated societal purpose. While it…

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