Attracting and Retaining Diverse Faculty
Chip Wiggins, dean at Bentley University's School of Business, shares the challenges and solutions to increasing the diversity of business school faculty. In its collaborations with The PhD Project, the school has been successful in bringing in quality candidates.
Beyond Sustainability: The Inspiration for AIM2Flourish
AACSB talks with AIM2Flourish's executive director Roberta Baskin about the inspiration for AIM2Flourish, housed at the Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit in the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University.
Blocking Unconscious Bias Through Diversity and Inclusion
Lori Mackenzie, executive director of Stanford University's Clayman Institute for Gender Research, shares how can we block unconscious bias and promote inclusion.
Bridging Business Education With Other Disciplines and Industry
Tanuja Singh, dean and professor at St. Mary's University Greehey School of Business, discusses the benefit of faculty crossover in different areas of study and industry.
Business Education in Sub-Saharan Africa
Guy Pfefferman, founder and CEO of the Global Business School Network, talks with AACSB about the opportunities for business schools in sub-Saharan Africa to be innovative and create entrepreneurs that will help the local and global economy.
Business Program Targeting STEM Graduates
Ken Freeman, dean at Boston University's Questrom School of Business, talks about putting together the model for the Master's of Science and Management Studies that was developed after the Business Education Jam in 2015.
Challenge of Giving and Seeking Advice
Harvard professor, David Garvin, describes what you should look for when picking an adviser and what to avoid when giving someone advice.
Comparing Corporate and Academic Diversity Challenges
AACSB International speaks with Camilia Ilie, director of the Center for Women's Leadership at INCAE Business School, about the unique diversity and inclusion challenges faced by business schools in comparison to corporations.
Context Matters for Business Schools
Steve Harvey, dean of American University of Beruit's Olayan School of Business, talks on how important context is for management education.
Conversation on Design Thinking With Harvard Professor Srikant Datar
Harvard professor, Srikant Datar explores design thinking with AACSB.
Economic Impact of Greater Gender Representation
Camelia Ilie talks with AACSB's Christine Clements about helping women in Latin America become more economically sustainable.
Future Impact of Business Schools
Norm Solomon of Fairfield University's Charles F. Dolan School of Business and Grant O’Neill of Curtin Business School discuss the future of business education from the perspectives of Australian and American institutions.
Globalization and Technology
John Byrne discusses changes in globalization and technology over the past 30 years.
How Business Students Can Prepare for Career Success
Amy Jo Carpenter, associate director of professional development at Tennessee Tech University College of Business discusses how students can leverage tools available to them through their business school to prepare for career success.
Impact of Being a Female Dean at a Business School
Sarah Gardial talks with AACSB about the importance of mentoring, the wisdom of other women, and the impact of being a female in her position.
Impact Through Service and Social Responsibility
Steve Harvey, dean of American University of Beruit's Olayan School of Business, discusses placing an emphasis on social impact and social responsibility in business education.
Imperative for Globalized Business Education
Norm Solomon, of the Charles F. Dolan School of Business, and Grant O’Neill, of Curtin Business School, discuss the benefits of having offshor business school campuses and other ways schools can, and must, incorporate international elements into their programs.
Internationalizing Faculty, Students, and Curriculum
AACSB interviews John Byrne, current chairman and editor-in-chief of C-Change Media Inc. and former Fast Company and BusinessWeek editor, about internationalization within business schools.
Knowing, Doing, Being
Harvard professors David Garvin and Srikant Datar explain the research behind their book Rethinking the MBA, which was coauthored by AACSB’s Patrick Cullen. They offer insights into the findings and how business schools can best apply this knowledge into curricula.
Managing Business Programs Across Global Campuses
Norm Solomon of Fairfield University's Charles F. Dolan School of Business and Grant O’Neill of Curtin Business School discuss developing business degree programs on offshore campuses.
Mobile Technology Transforming Developing Worlds
Guy Pfefferman, founder and CEO of Global Business School Network, talks with AACSB International's Dan LeClair about the impact technology has had on individuals in developing countries.
New Definition of Leadership
Lori Mackenzie, executive director of Stanford University's Clayman Institute for Gender Research, looks at a new definition of leadership and presents a different idea of what success can look like.
Pros and Cons of Business School Rankings with John Bryne
John Byrne discusses the evolution of business school rankings and their impact on schools and society.
Readiness Versus Skills
Harvard professors Srikant Datar and David Garvin talk with AACSB about the readiness and skill sets of business school faculty to develop curriculum that appropriately prepares students for the realities of the business world.
Recruiting Faculty for the Long Haul: Job Preview and Purview
Steve Harvey, dean of American University of Beruit's Olayan School of Business, discusses recruiting faculty for long term employment.
Small School Advantages in Meeting Accreditation Standards
Tanuja Singh, dean and professor at St. Mary's University Greehey School of Business, discusses the advantages of being a small institution when seeking accreditation.
Teaching Inclusive Practices at Business Schools
Lori Mackenzie, executive director of Stanford University's Clayman Institute for Gender Research, discusses approaching teaching inclusive practices at business schools.
Toward an Equitable Distribution of Gender in Academia
Tanuja Singh, dean and professor at St. Mary's University Greehey School of Business, discusses progress and continued efforts toward an equitable distribution of gender in academia.
What is AIM2Flourish?
Robert Baskin and AACSB discuss AIM2Flourish, a project in which business school students use appreciative inquiry to highlight businesses that are innovating in ways that meet the UN's Sustainable Development Goals and benefit global society.