AACSB's New Brand: Building a Stronger Business Ecosystem
AACSB International Board of Directors Chair and dean at Cornell SC Johnson College of Business at Cornell University, Soumitra Dutta, and AACSB president and CEO, Tom Robinson, discuss the impact AACSB's new brand has on business education, and business, globally.
Advancing the Impact of Business School Research
Jerker Moodysson, dean of Jönköping International Business School, sits down with AACSB Explores to discuss the importance of business school research and how we might advance the impacts it can make.
Attracting Minority PhD Business Students
President of The PhD Project, Bernie Milano, chats with Christine Clements about how business schools can attract minority students to their PhD programs and how The PhD Project assists these students in earning their degrees.
Building a Business School Through Design Thinking
UTS Business School at the University of Technology Sydney's Dean Roy Green tells Dan LeClair, EVP and chief strategy and innovation officer at AACSB, about the creation of the Dr. Chau Chak Wing Building, designed by architect Frank Gehry.
Building a Pipeline of Female Leaders
María de Lourdes Dieck Assad, former dean emeritus and professor of economics at EGADE Business School at Tecnológico de Monterrey and now vice president for Hemispheric and Global Affairs at the University of Miami, and Michael Wiemer, senior vice president and chief officer of the Americas at AACSB, discuss how business schools can do a better job of encouraging and supporting women in the pursuit of leadership opportunities.
Business and STEM Curriculum Alliance
The University of California's Haas School of Business's Rich Lyons looks at the cross-disciplinary benefits of a collaboration between business curriculum and STEM education.
Business Students and Cross-disciplinary Learning
Maryam Alavi, dean of the Scheller College of Business at Georgia Institute of Technology, looks at the benefits of cross-disciplinary study in business schools and beyond.
Collaborating With Business for Experiential Learning
Director of academic initiatives at the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), Nancy Woolever, tells AACSB about the opportunities business schools have to collaborate with business practice for experiential learning.
Dealing With Disruption: From Multigenerational Workers to the Gig Economy
Executive Director of the EY Foundation, Ellen Glazerman, chats with AACSB CEO and President Tom Robinson about how a multi-generational approach to the workforce.
Developing New Degree Programs to Serve Society
Jikyeong Kang, president, CEO, dean, and MVP professor of marketing at the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) and member of AACSB's board of directors, and AACSB talk about the need to develop new degree programs that will move society forward.
Engaged Scholarship and Co-creation of Knowledge
Christos Pitelis, university ambassador, business research and engagement at Brunel University London, and AACSB about engaged scholarship and how interaction with those outside of academics can create new solutions.
Finding the Right Mentor Relationship
The National Association of Women MBAs' (NAWMBA) director of operations, Julie McReynolds, and AACSB discuss what goes into making an effective mentor-mentoree relationship.
Forming a Middle East and North Africa Affinity Group
Jacob Chako, formerly dean of the College of Business Administration at Abu Dhabi University and now dean of the Clayton State University College of Business, talks with AACSB about the idea behind, formation of, and function of AACSB's Middle East and North Africa Affinity Group.
Global Insight: A Critical Skill for Today's Business Students
Andrew Main Wilson, chief executive at the Association of MBAs (AMBA), and AACSB's Dan LeClair have a conversation on what knowledge and skills business school graduates need to be global citizens.
Global Prosperity and Social Responsibility
María de Lourdes Dieck Assad, former dean emeritus and professor of economics at EGADE Business School at Tecnológico de Monterrey and now vice president for Hemispheric and Global Affairs at the University of Miami, sits down with AACSB to talk about the role of Latin American business schools in global prosperity.
Globalized Business Education in Uncertain Times
Dean Manual Acevedo-Jaramillo of EAFIT Business School shares insights on business education continuing to thrive in a global market even in the midst of uncertain global relationships.
How Beta Gamma Sigma Can Benefit Business Students
Christina Carosella, CEO of Beta Gamma Sigma, chats with AACSB on how the business honor society benefits students.
How Culture Drives Business School Mission
Dean of the Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley, Rich Lyons, shares how the culture of a business school drives the institution's mission.
How Entrepreneurship Can Solve Society's Biggest Challenges
Dean of EAFIT Business School, Manuel Acevedo-Jaramillo, looks at how entrepreneurship can be a solution to the biggest challenges we face as a society.
How MBA Programs Can Help Empower Women in the Workplace
Julie McReynolds, director of operations at the National Association of Women MBAs and AACSB talk about ways that MBA programs could be more impactful in order to help give women the necessary skills needed in the workforce.
How Online Business Education Can Complement Traditional Learning
University Ambassador, Business Research & Engagement at Brunel University London, Christos Pitelis and AACSB, talk about how students can supplement their traditional education with online learning.
How Student Mobility Impacts Global Business Education
Sangeet Chowfla, president and CEO of Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), discusses the ways restrictions on student mobility can affect global business education.
Human Resources Curriculum Development, Present, and Future
Nancy Woolever, director of academic initiatives at the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), explores the biggest changes in HR curriculum today, and going into tomorrow.
Impact of Technology on Human Resources Jobs
The Society for Human Resources Management's (SHRM) director of academic initiatives, Nancy Woolever, shares how recent and future developments in technology will, or won't, change the future of HR jobs.
Leadership Skills for the New Workforce
EY Foundation's Executive Director, Ellen Glazerman, shares her thoughts on the leadership skills that are needed to succeed in the new workforce.
Making Business School Research Relevant
Dean and John E. Anderson Chair in Management of UCLA Anderson School of Management, Judy D. Olian, discusses how business research can move past academia and become relevant in practice.
MBA in Entrepreneurship: Innovating for Student Demand
Roy Green, dean of UTS Business School at the University of Technology Sydney, and AACSB talk about the evolution of business education programs based on what students are looking for.
Merging Disciplines to Meet Industry Needs
Manuel Acevedo-Jaramillo, dean of EAFIT Business School, talks with AACSB about the need to apply cross-disciplinary learning to meet global industry demands.
Minority Faculty Retention in Business Schools
Bernie Milano, president of The PhD Project, sits down with AACSB to explore business schools' minority faculty retention rates and The PhD Project's role within the issue.
Preparing Students for a Technology-Driven Workplace
Dean of the Scheller College of Business at Georgia Institute of Technology, Maryam Alavi, sits down with AACSB Explores to discuss the importance of preparing business students for careers in a technology-driven world.
Preparing Students for the Latest Workplace Technologies
Ellen Glazerman, executive director of the EY Foundation, discusses what is needed to ensure that today's students are ready for tomorrow's technological workplaces.
Shaping Business Education Around Asian Business Culture
President, CEO, dean, and MVP professor of marketing at the Asian Institute of Management (AIM), as well as member of AACSB's board of directors, Jikyeong Kang, shares with AACSB, how AIM combines all the basics of global business education with the complexities of Asian business culture.
Students are Consumers: Understanding Candidate Motivations
President and CEO of the Graduate Management Admission Council, Sangeet Chowfla, sits down with AACSB and discusses treating potential business school students as consumers when recruiting.
The DBA: Integrating Business Education With Practice
Jacob Chako, former dean of the College of Business Administration at Abu Dhabi University and now dean of the Clayton State University College of Business, has a conversation with AACSB executive president and chief officer for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, Tim Mescon, on the development of Abu Dhabi University's DBA.
The Effect of Nationalism on Global Business Education
Dean Jerker Moodysson of Jönköping International Business School explores the recent rise of nationalism and how this trend may potentially impact business education around the world.
The Future of Accounting Accreditation
AACSB's new and former executive vice president and chief accreditation officers Stephanie Bryant and Bob Reid discuss changes in accounting accreditation based on recommendations from an Accounting Accreditation Task Force that will contribute to a more efficient process.
The Future of the MBA
Chief Executive of the Association of MBAs (AMBA), Andrew Main Wilson, and AACSB discuss what the MBA will look like in the future.
The PhD Project and the Importance of Mentoring
Miles Davis, dean of Shenandoah University's Harry F. Boyd, Jr. School of Business, shares with AACSB Explores his experience with The PhD Project and how it encourages the growth of underrepresented doctoral business students and business educators.
To Remain Competitive, Differentiate or Die Out
GMAC president, Sangeet Chowfla, talks with AACSB about the necessity for business schools to identify and market their strengths in order to draw in the best students who know what they are looking for and can excel in that area.
Using Values as an Anchor in Shifting Society
Dean Rich Lyons of Haas School of Business at University of California Berkeley talks with AACSB about the need to use values as an anchor for business schools in a constantly shifting society.
What Are the Value Drivers of Accreditation
Incoming AACSB Executive Vice President & Chief Accreditation Officer Stephanie Bryant shares what drives the value of institutions achieving and maintaining AACSB Accreditation.
What Does AACSB Accreditation Mean to You
We talk with attendees of AACSB's 2017 Annual Accreditation Conference to see what AACSB Accreditation means to them as individuals and to their institutions.
Why Business School Deans Should Have a Personal Brand
Dean Miles Davis of the Harry F. Boyd, Jr. School of Business at Shenandoah University talks with AACSB Explores on the importance of deans and business schools using branding to represent themselves.
Why Executives Need Continuous Learning
Dean Maryam Alavi of the Scheller College of Business at Georgia Institute of Technology shares why business professionals, even those at executive levels, need continuous learning to keep up with evolving practices.
Why Neurosciences Matters for Business Students
Adriane Randolph, executive director of BrainLab and associate professor of information systems at Kennesaw State University Coles College of Business, sheds light on what neuroscience can do to enhance business education.
Why Solving Big Problems Requires an Interdisciplinary View
Executive director of BrainLab and associate professor of information systems at Kennesaw State University Coles College of Business, Adriane Randolph, shares why society's biggest problems need multiple disciplines to reach solutions.
Why Should You Hire Beta Gamma Sigma Alumni
Christina Carosella, CEO of business school honor society Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS), discusses how companies can benefit from hiring BGS graduates.