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Leaning Into Sustainability
April 20, 2021
Whether through simulations, courses, or broader research initiatives, business schools are embedding sustainability into their courses and cultures.
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.
Responsible Management Education in 2021 and Beyond
March 09, 2021
Learnings from the Responsible Management Education Affinity Group meeting at AACSB's 2021 Deans Conference.
Developing Leaders for Future Impact
March 03, 2021
Business education leaders from around the world gather to explore new ways forward after a year of pandemic impacts.
The ‘Continuous Work’ of Teaching Business Ethics
February 17, 2021
What will it take to advance ethical business practices in Middle Eastern and North African countries? Two scholars from the region share their perspectives.
Ethical Reset: A Sustainable Recovery
February 15, 2021
Jessica McManus Warnell
The pandemic has forced many businesses to rethink their operations. Can business schools help guide them toward more sustainable practices?
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.