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eNEWSLINE Live: Accreditation’s Unwavering Role, in a Volatile World
Register for this September 2, 2014 episode of eNEWSLINE Live with Linda A. Livingstone, dean and professor of management at the Graziadio School of Business and Management, Pepperdine University and chair, AACSB International Board of Directors.
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AACSB Distinguished Leadership Award: Honoring Recipients Past and Present
Congratulations to President Scott Cowen, Tulane University, and Howard Thomas, dean and LKCSB chair of Strategic Management of the Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University, as AACSB recognizes their significant leadership and service.
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A Vision for Management Education
A pre-conference bonus session was delivered as the first public engagement opportunity regarding the Committee on Issues in Management Education (CIME) Visioning Initiative.
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August 19 - 20
Business Accreditation Seminar
August 21 - 22
Enhancing and Measuring Impact Forum
August 25 - 26
Assurance of Learning Seminar
September 11 - 12
Strategies for Delivering Online/Hybrid Courses and Degree Programs Seminar
Continuous Improvement Review Seminar
AACSB International (AACSB) recently graduated a group of 19 senior-level executives from the AACSB Bridge Program, who are ready to transfer their expertise and real-world knowledge to the next generation of business leaders.
In this interview with Chief Talent Officer of General Motors Corporation, Michael Arena, and Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer of The Coca-Cola Company, Ceree Eberly, share insights on business school innovation and engagement. They delve into what b-schools can do to remain relevant to the industry now and in the future.