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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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    Continuous Improvement in Teaching and Learning

    Learn how one U.K. business education network is promoting currency, relevance, and innovation in business instruction.
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    Teaming for Experience

    Three examples from AACSB's Innovations That Inspire challenge highlight new ways business schools globally are promoting team skills while also providing leadership experience.
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    How Mentorship Spurred Retail Careers of Two AACSB Influential Leaders

    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.
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    Why More Business Schools Should Invest in Content Marketing

    With business school selection shifting more and more from schools' advantage to students', b-schools need to create compelling content that shows how their school is relevant and distinctive.
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    Connecting Theory to Practice Through Hackathons

    Some business schools are using hackathons to generate knowledge on topics relevant to their research priorities, as well as to connect with industry partners to solve business problems.
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    The Changing Nature of ‘Selection’ in Graduate Management Education

    With increased globalization and new and different program types on the market, how has "selection" shifted for business school admissions?
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    Course Correction: Recalibrating Experiential Learning in the MBA

    Experiential learning is more than just organizing opportunities for students to work with external clients; we must view experience-based curricula through a learning theory lens to realize the full potential of “learning by doing.”
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    Empowering Ideas With App Development for Business Students

    Technical literacy is a core skill in today’s digital economy, and providing business students with technical skills—including programming fundamentals—is a necessity for their career success.
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    How Digital Credentials Can Advance Student Mobility and Success

    With a heightened sense of urgency to assess academic offerings and curriculum, business schools must prepare for a shifting landscape of credentialing and its relevance to workplace skills.
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