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Continuous Curricular Innovation
May 17, 2021
To enable swift responses to shifting market needs, the Opus College of Business built innovation into its curricular review process.
Future-Proofing the Business School
January 26, 2021
How can b-schools successfully navigate a fluid, ever-evolving future? By building networks, sharing resources, and overhauling faculty development.
What Will Business Schools Look Like After COVID-19?
October 28, 2020
Marco De Novellis
While it's clear there will be no abrupt end to the pandemic, a picture of a more agile and collaborative future business school is already taking shape.
Presidents Panel: Leading Beyond COVID-19 in Higher Education
May 11, 2020
Three former deans, now presidents, share their perspectives on navigating today's challenges, how business schools can help, and what makes them hopeful.
Adapting and Leading in the New COVID-19 Reality
March 31, 2020
Business schools worldwide are leading efforts to help their communities amid unprecedented change; see examples, plus ways you can provide needed support.
Why Agility Matters Now More Than Ever
March 25, 2020
Embracing an agility mindset is key to not only leading successfully through difficult events like the coronavirus, but emerging from it even stronger.
Flexible Business Education Models Allow for Disruption
May 15, 2019
If personal attributes are what our students need to learn, practice, and possess to be successful in the workplace, then how can we reframe our education models to support them?