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    Faculty Diversity in Business Schools: 25 Years in the Making

    Bernie Milano, president of The PhD Project, reflects on 25 years of leading an initiative to change the representation of business school faculty—and ultimately of business graduates entering the workforce.
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    Fellows Tackling Real-World Challenges

    Three schools that participated in AACSB's Innovations That Inspire challenge use fellowship programs to find innovative solutions to real business problems.
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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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    Blockchain in Business Education

    Given the transformational role of blockchain technology in business, schools need to create solid curriculum to prepare key contributors in the workforce.
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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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