eNEWSLINE Live (ENL), a streaming video program addressing global topics and trends in management education. Hosted bi-monthly by John Fernandes, president and CEO of AACSB, ENL is home to experts from the world of business education
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Meeting Executive Needs through Management Education
May 23, 2013
More and more, business schools are exploring their relationship with business and industry, and the 2013 accreditation standards foster and encourage these relationships even more. One major component of this type of relationship involves business schools providing managers and executives with professional development and continuing education opportunities to advance both personal and company-wide competitiveness. In a response to the call of the 2013 standards, AACSB is proud to share insight on how to strengthen engagement between management education and the business community, and uncover opportunities for enhancing dialogue on important issues and mutual needs.
Join the discussion at the upcoming broadcast of ENL as Dr. Christine Riordan, dean of the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver, and member of the AACSB Business Practices Council, shares her experience on how business schools can leverage their relationships with the business community to address the demands companies place on business graduates.
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