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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Explore AACSB's expectations for the assessment of student learning and receive a step-by-step look at the accreditation process with the Business Accreditation Seminar and Assurance of Learning Seminar.
In light of AACSB’s 2013 Accreditation Standards, assessment is ever more important and we must make it a driving force throughout our institutions. Find out how during the conference.
There are 716 member institutions that hold AACSB Accreditation. Overall, 48 countries and territories are represented by AACSB-accredited schools.
Flipping the Script: AACSB CEO John Fernandes on Leading Organizational Impact
December 11, 2014: In this special episode of eNEWSLINE Live (ENL), AACSB International president and CEO, John Fernandes, will be in the hot seat as Juliane Iannarelli, vice president of knowledge development, delves into the questions on the minds of many, including wisdom Fernandes can share about globalizing an organization, identifying and implementing appropriate strategies, leading cultural change, and winning trust. The online broadcast will be available in three time zones with no cost to register.
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A Glimpse into the Changes within the Business School Workforce
Most of us are familiar with accounts for how business is changing, and the subsequent demands this has for a nimble workforce. Business schools are facing greater expectations for preparing graduates who can adapt to changing realities. However, what is the workforce in business schools themselves dealing with, and how have they changed over the past few years? This post reveals data regarding the types of changes indicated by AACSB schools in regard to types of faculty and staff.
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Interview with Industry: Life-long Learning Paves Path to Success
Michael Thomas, Executive Vice President of Booz Allen Hamilton and member of AACSB’s Business Practices Council, discusses what led him to want to serve on the BPC and how continuous learning has been a major driving factor of his success in business.
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December 1 - 2
Business Accreditation Seminar
December 3 - 4
Assurance of Learning Seminar
Applied Assurance of Learning Seminar
January 23 - 24
January 26 - 27
January 28 - 29
Applied Assessment Seminar
Accounting Accreditation Seminar
Continuous Improvement Review Seminar
As a founding supporter, AACSB International (AACSB) is pleased to commend The PhD Project for inviting over 385 minority business professionals (of the approximate 735 who applied) to attend its 21st Annual PhD Project Conference, being held November 19-21, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency O'Hare, Chicago, IL. Since 1994, AACSB has been a supporter of The PhD Project, which encourages minority business professionals to consider careers as business professors, as a way to attract and mentor a new generation of minority undergraduates within higher education.
You have an idea, and it’s a big one. You’re motivated. You’re passionate. You’re smart. So here is the question: Is a good idea really all it takes to build a viable business? Ideas, that’s what it’s all about, right? Wrong. If you are starting with an idea, you need to back up and answer an important question. What is the problem in need of a solution? Without a problem, ideas are irrelevant.