Five Forces Driving the Future of Business Education
AACSB identifies five forces that will help business schools achieve systemic change in response to shifting societal and business needs.
One Person’s Journey From CEO to Academic
Corporate managers can bring essential skills to the business school classroom.
Ethnicity and Gender Representation at US Business Schools
AACSB examines demographic trends from U.S. member business schools that reported gender and race stats for students and faculty from 2011–12 to 2020–21.
Do Large Classes Make It Harder to Learn?
Class size does not have to put students at a disadvantage when it comes to delivering enriching experiential learning opportunities.
How Research-Focused Doctoral Programs Can Enhance Business Education
By delivering research-focused doctoral programs, business schools can address ongoing issues of relevance and the shortage of doctorally qualified faculty.
Faculty Diversity in Business Schools: 25 Years in the Making
Bernie Milano, former president of The PhD Project, reflects on two and a half decades of leading an initiative to change the representation of business school faculty.
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