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    The Business Case for Business Schools in the Year 2039

    Here's how business schools can survive and thrive in an age of artificial intelligence and automation.
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    What Keeps Deans Up At Night

    Being a business school dean is a challenging job, with many shared pain points among deans. Here are some of the main issues we heard from other deans at a recent Deans Conference session.
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    Digital Intelligence: A Key Competence for the Future of Work

    In the future, one of the responsibilities of schools will be to help students develop their digital intelligence to adapt easily to changes and cope with potential technological threats.
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    5 Ways Business Schools Are Changing

    Social, technological, and geopolitical changes have caused business schools to change how they do everything—from delivering curriculum to conceptualizing business as a discipline.
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    MBA vs Master’s: Why Some Business Schools Are Closing Their MBA Programs

    While the MBA remains the world’s most sought-after graduate management degree, recent data suggests that some business schools are closing their MBA programs in favor of master’s degrees.
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    5 Alternative MBA Programs Meeting Learner Needs

    Is the traditional MBA format still relevant today? Some schools are innovating their programs to accommodate the shifting demands of learners and the workforce.
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    Business Innovations From B-School Innovators

    Three examples from AACSB's Innovations That Inspire challenge highlight new ways business schools globally are developing products and services to improve businesses.
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    Transforming the Business School Through Donor Relationships

    Ensuring that your school's mission resonates with the people in the community is an important beginning to forging partnerships with CEOs, business owners, and entrepreneurs.
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    Responsible Research and the Search for Real Impact

    Many business schools struggle to quantify their research impact. See how a network of business scholars and affiliates has set out to change that.
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    Business Schools Are Adapting to the Needs of Students and Employers

    Contrary to recent opinions on the decline and "crisis" of the MBA, business schools are on the forefront of innovation, generating creative opportunities to deliver the education both students and employers want.
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