In order to continue to be a widely recognized and highly reputable accreditor, AACSB put our own accreditation processes through the same type of intense review, resulting in the achievement of ISO 9001 certification.
Through different paths, Paula Bennett and Barron Witherspoon have established themselves as retail industry leaders and attribute much of their success to the mentor relationships that started in business school.
With our gaze already set on new goals and exciting initiatives for 2016, AACSB International takes a quick glance back at 2015 to recognize some of the significant events we celebrated along with our global membership.
The PhD Project, though designed for minority business students, is a successful model to help pre-qualify, prepare, and provide support for doctoral students who will evolve into tomorrow's academic faculty.
Irineu G.N. Gianesi, dean of academic affairs at Insper in Brazil, discusses his background in academia and how AACSB's Business Education Alliance has impacted his school and its potential to impact b-schools globally.
Our world is changing faster than ever. On the political front. The business front. The cultural front. The pace of change is relentless, and as educators we need to get ahead of it. In fact, we need to help shape and lead change.
Meet this year's recipient of the Patricia M. Flynn Award, which recognizes women in business education whose leadership, research, and educational initiatives have significantly impacted the industry.