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B-School Leaders Reflect on a Year of Change
March 19, 2021
A year after the COVID-19 global outbreak, deans and senior business school administrators share the top challenges they faced, as well as silver linings.
Women Deans on Leading Through COVID-19
March 05, 2021
Seven women deans discuss the lessons they learned while starting new positions during the pandemic.
Deans Conference 2020: By the Numbers (Infographic)
January 20, 2020
View key stats and fun facts on AACSB's upcoming Deans Conference, including number of attendees globally, sessions offered, and Nashville features.
So You Want to Be a Dean? Ask Yourself These 5 Questions
January 17, 2020
While being a business school dean is a greatly rewarding experience, it requires very different skills and responsibilities from those of a professor.
10 Top AACSB Stories From 2019
December 31, 2019
As we look back at some of the most impactful stories from 2019, we can see how business education is truly transforming to address the many disruptions and demands of the past decade.
What Keeps Deans Up at Night
February 21, 2019
Being a business school dean is a challenging job, with many shared pain points among deans. Here are some of the main issues we heard from other deans at a recent Deans Conference session.
Creating Thankfulness in a Sometimes Thankless World: Help for Business School Deans and Associate Deans
May 31, 2018
Being an associate dean or dean can be a highly rewarding and positive experience, but it can also be frustrating if priorities and expectations are not aligned among supporting colleagues.