Celebrating impact and sharing best practice

Manchester Metropolitan Business School BSIS celebration

Niall Cronin, Professor Jennie Shorley, Professor Liz Warren and Professor Hannah Holmes from the Manchester Metropolitan University’s Business School (MMUBS) reflect on the achievements in 2023. One of the highlights has certainly been evaluating and celebrating their impact through the Business School Impact System (BSIS), which is a testament to the pride they have for…

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LIFT – Learning Impact for Today and Tomorrow

LIFT Learning Impact for Today and Tomorrow (EFMD)

EFMD Corporate Services introduces LIFT – Learning Impact for Today and Tomorrow, the first learning impact certification. LIFT allows learning functions to engage their stakeholders in analysing how learning delivers impact to them in a spirit of continuous improvement. Demonstrating impact has been a focus for Learning Functions for quite some time. And yet, in…

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BSIS label awarded to the University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics & Business

UvA EB, BSIS, impact,

We are delighted to announce that the University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics & Business (UvA EB) has successfully completed the Business School Impact System (BSIS) assessment process. Congratulations to the school! Addressing the school for this achievement, BSIS Director François Bonvalet remarked: “Congratulations to UvA EB – The assessment unveiled an impressive track record…

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Creating mobility visits with impact

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Dive into the transformative world of international mobility with Manchester Metropolitan University and the American University in Cairo School of Business. The BSIS team is pleased to see how effective impact assessment can be across continents for two high-profile members of the Business School Impact System (BSIS) community, who have collaborated to amplify their educational…

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How business schools continue climate action after COP28

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The need for concrete climate action has intensified during COP28, but how do business schools continuously contribute their efforts?  Business schools are keen to get involved at COP itself. For instance, the University of Sussex Business School co-hosted a Pavilion showcasing research and insights for economic decision-making in the Arctic, a vast area hugely affected…

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BSIS Unveils WSB University Faculty of Applied Sciences’ Positive Impact

WSB University BSIS (Business School Impact Assessment)

We are delighted to announce that the WSB University Faculty of Applied Sciences has successfully completed the Business School Impact System (BSIS) assessment process and obtained the BSIS label for the first time. Warm congratulations! Addressing the school for this achievement, BSIS Director François Bonvalet remarked: ‘Congratulations to WSB University for obtaining the BSIS label!…

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Revealed: The Case Centre Impact Index 2023

The Case Centre Impact Index 2023

New global Impact Index unveils business schools’ case impact: When the case method was established at Harvard Business School over a century ago, few could’ve predicted its far-reaching impact on business education worldwide. Today, the case method remains an irreplaceable cornerstone of management education. In the 2022-23 academic year, 1,187 organisations across 85 countries purchased…

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Business schools at COP28

COP28

Business school leaders understand the importance of addressing the climate emergency – but only a small proportion get the opportunity to be present at the Conference of the Parties (COP28). The University of Sussex Business School is co-hosting a Pavilion at the Blue Zone of COP28 alongside the JUSTNORTH Project. They are among the few…

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Business School Impact System (BSIS) integrates SDGs into its Societal Impact Dimension

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Synergising with EFMD Accreditations on Ethics, Responsibility, and Sustainability: In an era of global challenges, business schools increasingly recognise their role in shaping a more sustainable and responsible future. To address this imperative, the Business School Impact System (BSIS) has taken a significant step by integrating the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into its…

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Sustainable development at the Universities – the second expert debate in Wroclaw Global Talks series

Wroclaw

We invite you to watch the second expert debate initiating the Wroclaw Global Talks series. Guests of Professor Bogusława Drelich-Skulska, Vice-Rector for Accreditation and International Cooperation are Jamie Belinne – Associate Dean for Career and Industry Engagement at the C.T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston, Magdalena Rojek – Nowosielska, professor of…

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