A broader, lifelong learning perspective is emerging. While lifelong learning does not exclude questions about early, pre-experience, core knowledge and skills, it explicitly recognizes that success in business and society, however defined, now demands constant learning over a lifetime. The following paper provides an introduction to the environment, challenges, and opportunities related to lifelong learning and talent management, after which an overview of the perspectives explored during this planning meeting is presented.
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Lifelong learning. It’s more than a strategy to develop employees and foster retention—it’s a key component to organizational success by helping employees to keep their skills relevant in the face of disruption.
In collaboration with Chief Learning Officer magazine, we asked learning professionals for their opinions on the challenges related to creating a culture of learning—and how they intend to meet those challenges.
In continuing to explore the underlying themes of A Collective Vision for Business Education, AACSB International’s Innovation Committee has been exploring recent developments and potential impacts, opportunities, and challenges around the topic of artificial intelligence (AI), particularly in regard to higher education and the industries business schools prepare graduates for.
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In 2017 AACSB International, the Executive MBA Council (EMBAC), and UNICON conducted a joint study focusing on the evolving expectations and experiences of the up-and-coming generations of professionals spanning “Generation Z” and “Millennials”, known as the so-called “digital generations,” and the implications toward them pursuing business education.
The world’s thirst for education, economic development, and quality of life has never been greater. In recognition of this, business schools are being called to transform to address the needs of the students they educate and the industries they serve.
This is a vision for a future where business schools are the drivers of change. Where business schools change the narrative about the role of business education, and of business, in society. By collaborating with business schools, corporate leaders, and industry, AACSB is exploring how to best prepare the business leaders and innovators of tomorrow and asking its members and the business education community:
What Will Your Business School Be?
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