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    8 Questions Executives Should Ask Business School Deans

    By working closer together, business practice and business schools can make business education stronger and more relevant. Here are 8 questions for business executives to ask b-school deans that can jump-start a relationship.
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    Lifelong Learning in Business and Leadership

    As the future of work changes, individuals will need to continually refresh themselves, creating an increasing need for lifelong learning to provide them with new knowledge, skills, and abilities.
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    Online Business Education Creates Pathways to Employment in New World of Work

    Online business school learning platforms help bridge gaps between academia and business practice by preparing students for flexible, fast-paced global work environments.
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    Facing Growing Competition, Business Schools Must Practice What They Teach

    Business schools must apply to themselves the same innovative tactics they teach students in order to remain relevant in a world where traditional programs are facing growing competition.
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    Ethics Within and Throughout

    When it comes to teaching ethics, should business schools include standalone courses in their programs, or should lessons be spread throughout the curriculum? We share three innovative ways schools are incorporating ethics into their programming.
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    The Sustainable Future of Management Education

    How would you create new generations of graduates, and faculty, with the confidence needed to meet our ever-growing sustainability challenges, which are also increasingly businesses challenges?
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    Business Schools Tackle Tough Issues of Diversity and Inclusion at Inaugural Summit

    AACSB's Diversity and Inclusion Summit brought together nearly 80 individuals from 50 business schools to tackle some of the major challenges business schools face around diversity and inclusion.
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    Criticism of Business School Rankings Thrust Into Spotlight

    In a new Decisions Sciences article, 21 business education administrators and researchers break down the fundamental flaws of business school rankings and recommend collective action.
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    From Minority Doctoral Students to Faculty: A Model for Success

    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.
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    How We Talk About Responsible Management Education

    Teaching responsible management requires more than adding "sustainability" or "ethics" to a course title. Sustainability, ethics, and corporate social responsibility relate to everything that is taught and should be taught in a business degree.
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