New GMAC report sheds light on emerging themes in changing graduate management education

GMAC report

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) have released an industry report on “The Future of Graduate Management Education” from the perspective of European business school deans.  The one-of-a-kind report aims to make sense of the shifting graduate management education (GME) landscape and forecasts what the future holds for GME through interviewing 20 deans from a select group of European business school thought leaders. The resulting conversations contain rich insights for business school professionals as they cultivate the next generation of impactful business leaders. ‘In a volatile world…

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Rewarding Responsible Research

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The Wharton School and INSEAD are proud to co-host the fourth annual Responsible Research Summit. It will be held on Wharton’s Philadelphia campus from 6-7 June 2022.   The Summit aims to provide insights into how to encourage more business school researchers to address issues that have an impact and improve social well-being—what are some of…

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Development of society and its country is the main commitment of FDC: Imagine Brazil

FDC member spotlight

This Member Spotlight highlights Fundação Dom Cabral (FDC) and its social initiative, Imagine Brazil, which seeks to inspire and mobilise the development of a fairer, more prosperous Brazilian society. Thank you to Viviane Barreto, Executive Director of the International Advisory Council (IAC) & Associate Dean for Global Strategy, for the contribution. For over 45 years, the…

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High impact research is the norm at Nottingham Business School

NBS

Our first EFMD Member Spotlight highlights Nottingham Business School (NBS) and its commitment to responsible research. Thank you to Alistair Bruce, Associate Dean for Research, and Baback Yazdani, Executive Dean, for their contribution.  There are different models operating at business schools across the world. Sometimes research and teaching are considered as separate domains. In some business schools, research is distant from the…

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Corporate training: digital transformation tops the list

digital corporate learning

Tommaso Agasisti is the Associate Dean for Internationalisation & Quality at MIP Politecnico di Milano. Internal training processes in companies are undergoing a phase of profound transformation. The circumstances imposing this radical change are numerous and have been playing their role since well before the Covid emergency. Today, the purpose of training is no longer…

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2022: Year of the SDGs?

year of SDGs

As a New Year year begins, Cabells would first like to wish everyone a Happy New Year, and kick 2022 off with some reflections on what could be the hottest trend in scholarly communications this year: the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Simon Linacre shares an update on this fast-moving area and surveys the runners and…

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Our research model might be broken, but we have the tools to fix it

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Internal practices within organisations and companies have, for good or bad, the ability to transcend and shape not only the present of those organisations but the future of the sector they represent. Business schools and other management development institutions are no different, and, as we have observed in our recent research, some practices could be…

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Chairs at business school offer innovative ways to tackle challenges

As business schools look for fresh ways to empower future leaders and implement transformation in their own schools as well as society, Associate Director Stephanie Mullins and colleague Ariella Durban at specialist business education PR consultancy BlueSky Education explore how Chairs can be a way to encourage research and teaching to revolutionise different societal and economic challenges. Placed under…

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It’s the people that make a business school

The Business of Branding report provides data, insight and analysis to help schools improve their branding and marketing activity, understanding what differentiates them from competitors, perceptions of international study destinations and how best to meet student, staff and corporate demands. It’s difficult at present to think the future of business education is about technology and…

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