Discover the incredible potential for talent and impact that countries within emerging regions have on the world of management education with Tom Robinson and Dean Enase Okonedo of the Pan-Atlantic University’s Lagos Business School.
Discover how accreditation processes and tools have been improved for your b-school on September 20–22, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois.
Discover resources for ongoing professional development and support on June 13–16, 2015 with the Lessons for Aspiring Deans Seminar and Seminar for New Associate Deans in Tampa, Florida.
With more than 1,400 members, including business schools and businesses in 90 countries and territories, AACSB International is the world’s largest management education network. Connect with us today.
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There are 736 member institutions that hold AACSB Accreditation. Overall, 48 countries and territories are represented by AACSB-accredited schools.
Embracing Disruption Through Engagement and Innovation
Education in general and management education in particular face potentially disruptive forces—some known and likely more as yet unknown, given the pace of change today. Business schools planning to continue to deliver the same lectures in the same format in the next decade as they did a decade ago face the very real possibility that they will become irrelevant.
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Influential Leaders from AACSB Business Schools Challenge
To recognize business schools for their work in developing exceptional leaders, entrepreneurs, and industry innovators, AACSB is hosting an Influential Leaders from AACSB Business Schools challenge for AACSB-accredited schools to nominate notable alumni who have made (or are making) an impact in the world through their business acumen, leadership abilities, or entrepreneurial success.
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Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Make Me a Match!
In AACSB’s annual Collaborations Survey, we have collected a huge database of information on which of our member business schools are partnering with other institutions to enhance their programs and content delivery. A portion of the survey is devoted to “Desired Collaborations,” allowing schools to report on partnerships that they do not yet have, but would like to establish.
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May 18 - 20
The Curriculum Conference: Re(Invent+Think+Design)
May 23 - 24
Business Accreditation Seminar
Continuous Improvement Review Seminar
May 24 - 26
Annual Accreditation Conference: Asia Pacific
May 26 - 27
Assurance of Learning Seminar - SOLD OUT
AACSB announced today that EM Strasbourg Business School (France), King Abdulaziz University (Saudi Arabia), Kutztown University (United Sates), Purdue University Calumet (United States), Stevens Institute of Technology (United States), the University of New Haven (United States), the University of Windsor (Canada), Zhejiang University (China), and Zurich University of Applied Sciences (Switzerland) have earned accreditation in business.
While some schools are clearly better than others at developing innovative programming, all of them want their innovative courses to thrive. But what factors motivate faculty to launch innovative offerings? What must a school do to nurture sustained innovation?