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Innovations That Inspire

AACSB's annual Innovations That Inspire initiative recognizes institutions from around the world serving as champions of change in the business education landscape. Now in its fifth year, the challenge has highlighted business school efforts that align with AACSB's Collective Vision for Business Education and exemplify forward-looking approaches and mindsets. Below are a few examples from the 2019 theme: Co-Creation of Knowledge:

Monash University Malaysia, School of Business: Gerontechnology Laboratory (GT Lab)

The GT Lab was established to deepen awareness and understanding of the health and well-being, active aging, and safe working and living of older adults through assistive technology-based research. Read More

Nicolaus Copernicus University in ToruĊ„, Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management: Elderly Unemployed Vocational Activation Strategy

This strategy aims to set incentives for public employment services, businesses, and researchers to form local alliances and develop new effective measures that help integrate Poland’s over-50 unemployed population into the regular labor market. Read More

Santa Clara University, Leavey School of Business: No Produce Left Behind: Measuring Farm-Level Food Loss

To tackle the twin problems of on-farm food loss and local food insecurity, multidisciplinary student teams worked with faculty and staff members to develop reliable estimates of unharvested, edible produce that help food banks provide nutritious food assistance as well as reduce the environmental impacts of farming. Read More