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Business Schools Must Help Students Finance Their MBAs—Here’s How

By helping to fund MBA students, business schools ensure greater diversity of thought in their programs as well as greater representation 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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    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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    Should Business Schools Act More Like Business?

    Great businesses have a sharp focus on the customer experience, developing strong leaders, creating healthy work environments, and encouraging smart risk-taking.
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    Empowering Women to Innovate

    The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day, “Think Equal, Build Smart, Innovate for Change,” puts innovation by women and for women at the heart of efforts to achieve gender equality.
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    Business Schools in Africa and Socioeconomic Development on the ‘Continent of the Future’

    We have decided to break with the simplistic approach of outsourcing higher education, instead developing a dynamic educational and social project that appropriates regional-specific features.
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    What Do Employers Want From Business Schools?

    Providing the right talent for today's workforce is one major deliverable for business schools, but what else should they be doing to meet the needs of business?
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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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    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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    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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    Keeping Faculty Current in Emerging Business Topics

    In a society that is constantly innovating, ensuring that faculty are consistently up-to-date with trends and concepts can be difficult. How can we provide faculty the opportunities to learn, in order to teach?
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