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Expect Even Bigger Changes Ahead
March 03, 2021
Sascha L Schmidt
COVID-19 hastened large-scale digital transformation in business schools—now we need pandemic-independent innovations that respond to global trends.
Executive Education Is Changing for Good
February 10, 2021
The pandemic has accelerated impactful changes in university-based executive education that are likely to stick around.
Resetting the Leadership Agenda Post-COVID-19
January 27, 2021
A post-pandemic era will require us to embrace new definitions of leadership—and apply new approaches to teaching and learning.
Pandemic Pivoting in Management Education
January 14, 2021
Brandon Taylor Charpied
How a small higher education nonprofit navigated the pandemic through innovation and collaboration—arriving at a different-looking future.
STEM and Business Degrees Strengthen Universities and Communities
April 28, 2020
When business schools invest in STEM programs, dividends flow back not only to the school but also to students and industry partners in the community.
Online Work Surge Creates Business School Opportunity in Cybersecurity
April 14, 2020
With the mass move to online work amid COVID-19, business schools can provide graduates with the cybersecurity know-how to lead in the digital workplace.
Executive Development in a Post-Crisis Learning Economy
April 07, 2020
In the volatile and dynamic environment being shaped by events like COVID-19, executives need to embrace learning as an essential element of the future of work.