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    2017–18 BSQ Finances Module: A Look at Business School Fundraising Practices

    Among the new areas in the BSQ Finances Module are some of the most often-asked-for data points that AACSB had not previously collected, including data on business school fundraising.
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    Women on Boards: Are We There Yet?

    Despite heightened attention to gender imbalances on boards, well-intentioned efforts to include women, and legislative successes, we are still far from reaching gender parity on boards.
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    (Dis)Ability and Business School: Breaking Barriers

    For business schools, addressing the needs of persons with disabilities should be seen as an opportunity.
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    New Improvements to AACSB’s DataDirect

    We're pleased to announce new features to DataDirect, which for 18 years has been the go-to platform for AACSB’s member schools to generate custom reports on business school operations.
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    ‘Volunteers Build Resilient Communities’: Global Perspectives on Volunteering

    In recognition of International Volunteer Day, members of AACSB's Volunteer Advisory Group share why they volunteer to be a part of our global business education community.
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    Collaborative Learning and Leadership for Urgent Times

    In the Deans & Directors Cohort, we are working to solve dire problems in highly collaborative ways—including transforming management education to achieve the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals.
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    A Personal Perspective From the Business Education Alliance: McRae C. Banks

    Mac Banks, dean of UNCG's Bryan School of Business and Economics and AACSB board member, talks about his engagement with AACSB, his perspectives on volunteering, and the impact of accreditation globally.
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    Curriculum Revision for the 4th Industrial Revolution

    To produce leaders who can thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, we need to encourage students to practice agility, risk-taking, self-motivation, and communication.
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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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    Impact Through Accounting

    We highlight three business schools leveraging their accounting programs as a way to connect with business partners, address societal needs, and prepare graduates for competitive job markets.
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    Goals for Globalization: The Strategic Positioning of EMEA Business Schools

    Several strategic objectives are defining the globalization efforts of AACSB’s EMEA business schools to great success.
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    Comprehensive Global Business School Data and Insights Now Available

    The full data set from AACSB's 2017–18 Business School Questionnaire (BSQ) is ready for release to all participating schools, covering a record 820 participants representing 61 countries and territories!
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    The Ubiquity of Big Data: In Business and the Business School

    Big data's impact on business today provides scholars with an excellent opportunity to partner with businesses, but it also requires educators to prepare students for a data-infused workplace.
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    Peking University HSBC Business School on Earning AACSB Accreditation

    Wen Hai, dean of Peking University HSBC Business School, shares how the AACSB accreditation journey provided more global insights and helped cultivate better collaboration among departments.
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    Training High-Potential Leaders Amid Continual Transformation

    If companies expect graduates to be experts as soon as they enter the professional world, it is up to higher education to plant the seed that will help them evolve quickly and over time.
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    2018–19 Survey on Graduate Employment Trends Opens

    The BSQ Employment Module features data on the number of graduates seeking employment, first-time job offers, starting salaries, signing bonuses, and more.
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    Beyond Recognition: The Value in Volunteering for AACSB

    AACSB shows us that we are in this effort to advance business education together, and often an outside perspective is just the perspective we need to see how we are part of a larger movement.
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    The Connective Power of Experiential Learning

    By structuring opportunities to “learn by doing,” we not only connect theory to practice, but we blur the boundaries between learning and working and between learners and workers.
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    Leadership Development Through Technology-Enhanced Self-Assessment

    Using innovative approaches to the application of new technologies, business schools are increasingly taking the opportunity to elevate leadership development by using technology to enhance self-assessment.
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    Fintech and Business School: What It Is and Why It Matters

    Companies expect graduates to be able to apply relevant knowledge and skills immediately; in response, business schools should require new technologies to be taught in their curriculum.
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