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Serving Society Through Scholarship
April 28, 2021
Schools highlight just a few of the ways their faculty are making a difference—and their strategies for making impactful research the norm, not the exception.
A Different Definition of Success
April 27, 2021
Jacqueline Novogratz, founder of the impact investment firm Acumen, wants to put purpose, not profits, at the center of business.
Leaning Into Sustainability
April 20, 2021
Whether through simulations, courses, or broader research initiatives, business schools are embedding sustainability into their courses and cultures.
Positioning Business Education for the Future
April 14, 2021
At this year’s ICAM, two topics were top of mind: meeting AACSB’s revised standards and serving a changing student demographic in a post-COVID era.
The Power of the Collective
April 07, 2021
Our students must know how to harness the actions of multiple stakeholders if they are to help the world’s organizations achieve greater social impact.
What Urban Design Can Teach Us About Research
March 17, 2021
By using the concepts of urban design and visual thinking, students can design richer—and more relevant—research questions to explore.
Encouraging Business Scholars to Address Societal Impact
February 08, 2021
Leonard L. Berry
David J. Reibstein
Luk Van Wassenhove
By reimagining faculty research in terms of its public value, business schools will position themselves as contributors to the greater global good.