Become a leader with responsibility for advancing the entire institution. The Leading People and Organizational Change Seminar ignites leadership capabilities for building, maintaining, and restoring trust.
AACSB’s visioning initiative continues to push the boundaries of how we create, teach, connect, and lead. Join the effort in curating and further encouraging a global conversation to shape the direction of management education worldwide.
Explore relevant leading practices and how your school can implement an effective Assurance of Learning plan. Seats are limited: 10–11 October 2015 | Xi'an, China.
There are 736 member institutions that hold AACSB Accreditation. Overall, 48 countries and territories are represented by AACSB-accredited schools.
Call for 2016 Board Nominations
AACSB International is seeking candidates for officer and board member positions for the January 2016 election. Support of our mission of advancing quality management education worldwide requires active participation of the profession’s most qualified leaders. Nominees are requested for two regional positions.
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Existing Collaborations: Which Education Levels Are Most Common for Different Collaboration Types?
AACSB International’s member schools often report various types of collaborations with other educational institutions to provide their students and faculty with additional opportunities. Some of these collaborative efforts focus on faculty exchanges or research; others help schools find ways to share resources; and some of the most visible collaborations focus on the student experience from student exchanges to more complex efforts like full dual degree programs.
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Prominent Global Leaders Serve on the AACSB International Board of Directors for 2015-2016
AACSB International announced its new board of directors for the 2015-16 fiscal year. "Together with staff, the Board will play a key role in evaluating current trends, identifying future challenges—all while considering how both AACSB, and our global membership of business schools, are poised to meet the new future,” said president and CEO Tom Robinson. As of July 1, 2015, prominent management education and business professionals from institutions around the world began serving on the 2015-2016 AACSB Board.
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August 10 - 11
Latin American and Caribbean Annual Conference
August 12 - 13
Business Accreditation Seminar
August 18 - 19
Enhancing and Measuring Impact Forum
Continuous Improvement Review Seminar
August 24 - 25
Assurance of Learning Seminar
Applied Assurance of Learning
AACSB International (AACSB), the global accrediting body and membership association for business schools today announced the appointment of Christine Clements as chief diversity and inclusion advocate.
When emerging market firms enter into more developed markets, they face a host of technological, financial, and strategic disadvantages. But why do some overcome these limitations and succeed while others fail? A study by three U.K. researchers holds that these firms succeed because of “indirect learning,” a term they define as “the observation, incorporation, and sharing of others’ experience of developed markets.”