AACSB Business Accreditation Task Force: Reimagining Business Accreditation
AACSB's executive vice president and chief accreditation officer, Stephanie Bryant, and Nancy Bagranoff, co-chair of the Business Accreditation Task Force (BATF), take a look at why the BATF was formed and how it will impact business schools today and in the future.
A New Approach to Accreditation: From Compliance to Consultation
AACSB's new and former executive vice president and chief accreditation officers Stephanie Bryant and Bob Reid discuss how AACSB has changed its approach to quality accreditation.
A Student-First Approach to Fulfilling School Mission
Dean Joanne Li of Florida International University shares with AACSB how the school seeks to fulfill its mission by focusing on their unique student population.
Advice From Today's Influential Leaders
Members of AACSB International's 2018 Class of Influential Leaders offer advice to current and perspective business students.
Better Together: The Mutual Gain of Business School-Industry Collaborations
Leading business educators and professionals from AACSB International's Business Practices Council discuss why the collaboration between business schools and industry is vital to the success of both.
Business School Rankings: For Better or Worse?
Editorial Consultant to Times Higher Education and The Wall Street Journal, Matt Symonds discusses the pros and cons of business school rankings.
Business Schools Innovating for an Ever-Changing Business World
Representatives from members of AACSB's 2018 Innovations That Inspire class share what their schools are doing to push innovation and how it impacts the world.
Change Is Imminent—Innovation Must Follow
Leading business educators and professionals share their thoughts on change in the world and how business and business schools must develop to keep up.
Collaboration at Work: Data Science Impact Meets Economic Impact
Michel Patry, director of HEC Montreal, talks with AACSB about a collaboration with IVADO that works toward creating data science research.
Creating Collaborations Inside and Outside the University
Julie Cogin, dean and head of UQ Business School at the University of Queensland, shares with AACSB the importance of teaching students how to prepare not for their next job, but for the jobs after that, and the necessity of involving cross-disciplinary programs for this to be successful.
Developing an Internationalization Strategy That Works for Your School
Thomas Clef, dean of Pforzheim University, talks with AACSB about how business schools can create unique internationalization strategies that work with and for the university's needs.
Educating Entrepreneurial Talent for Tomorrow
AACSB as a conversation with Yingyi Qian, dean and professor at Tsingua University of Economics and Management about the importance of fostering entrepreneurial spirit in students, and how best to prepare them for the future of business.
Engaging Students in Diversity and Inclusion Efforts Critical for Change
AACSB and Susan McTiernan, dean of the Gabelli School of Business at Roger Williams University, discuss the importance of championing diversity and inclusion in business schools and business.
Ethics and Sustainability in Curriculum: From Support to Strategy
AACSB's chief officer of Americas, Michael Wiemer, and María Helena Jaen, chair and distinguished professor at the Universidad de los Andes School of Management, discuss how successfully implementing ethics and sustainability into curriculum must be a holistic approach, involving all members from the bottom up.
Experiential Learning in a Global Business World
Dean Susan McTiernan of the Gabelli School of Business at Roger Williams University and AACSB talk about the need to invest in learning by experience in business schools.
Finding Your 'Wise Person': Why Good Leaders Need Good Mentors
Brigitte Chanoine, Rector at ICHEC Brussels Management School shares with AACSB how even already well established leaders benefit from learning from a mentor of their own.
For MBA to Thrive, Relevance Is Key
Matt Symonds, editorial consultant to Times Higher Education and the Wall Street Journal Business School Rankings, looks at what is needed for the MBA program we know today to continue to be relevant in the future.
From the Boardroom to the Classroom: Business Leader Perspective on Business Courses
Members of AACSB International's 2018 Class of Influential Leaders share perspectives on business education and how it impacts business as a whole, as well as their own careers.
FT Rankings Present and Future
Helen Barrett, editor for work and careers at Financial Times talks with AACSB International, about the business school rankings we see today, and what we can expect in the future.
Gamified Learning: Engagement Inside and Outside the Classroom
AACSB talks with CEO of Gnowbe, So-Young Kang, about how gamified learning takes advantage of the social and technological habits learners already have.
Greater Impact Through Storytelling
Director at the Center for Neuroeconomics Studies at Claremont Graduate University, Paul Zak, shares how leaders can create a greater impact in their work by utilizing storytelling.
Growing Global: The Business School Impact of Internationalization
AACSB chats with Josep Franch Bullich of ESADE Business School on how internationalization and global movement is impacting business education today.
How Business Education Must Change for the Future
Global business school leaders and educators discuss how the industry needs to adapt to accommodate student demand and an ever-changing workforce.
How Fostering Failure Can Help Develop an Innovative Mindset
Representatives of members of AACSB's 2018 Innovations That Inspire class share why taking lessons from when you fail is imperative to creating new success in future endeavors.
How Gender Diversity Influences Business School Rankings
Helen Barrett, editor of work and careers at the Financial Times, talks to AACSB about the different factors women consider before deciding to pursue an MBA, and how those factors might affect business school rankings.
Implications for New Technology on Policy and Society
John Jacobs, executive director of the Center for Financial Markets and Policy at Georgetown University, discusses how technology has always moved faster than policy, and that it is critical for business schools to teach students how to keep up with new technologies in order to be prepared to make necessary policy changes.
Lifelong Learning for Lifetime Employment: Supporting an Aging Workforce
Vice president at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Kenji Yokoyama, discusses the need for business schools to be accessible and prepared to supply education to an older student base to help them stay current on the skills needed to succeed in today's workforce.
Mobile Micro-Learning: Course Design for Mobile First
So-Young Kang, CEO of Gnowbe, talks with AACSB about learning content designed specifically for mobile platforms.
Remaining Relevant in the Tech-Driven Workforce of the Future
Executive director of the Center for Financial Markets and Policy at Georgetown University, John Jacobs, shares how technology can in fact create more jobs rather than decrease the need for human employment.
Shaping the Next Frontier for Business Schools
Members of AACSB International's 2018 Class of Influential Leaders share how their experiences in business industry can help influence and advance business education and the next generation of leaders.
Solidarity as Guiding Value in Achieving AACSB Accreditation
AACSB and Brigitte Chanoine, rector of ICHEC Brussels Management School discuss the importance of recognizing solidarity as a university when going through the AACSB Accreditation process.
Tapping Student Talent for Entrepreneur Advantage
Jerry Davis, associate dean for business impact at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, tells AACSB how the university hopes to promote local entrepreneurs to succeed through student-run, free courses on accounting.
The End of Alumni?
As soon as students earn their degree, they become alumni. But what if we reconsidered those we teach as lifelong learners? With an increasing need for employees to continuously re-skill themselves to keep pace with changes in the workplace, it's essential that we stay engaged with learners to provide them with opportunities to help them throughout the lifetime of their careers.
The Oxytocin Link to High-Performance Workplaces
Paul Zak, director at the Center for Neuroeconomics Studies at Claremont Graduate University talks to AACSB about oxytocin and it's role in creating impactful and effective workplaces.
The Tipping Point of Hubris: When Leaders Become Overconfident
Jane Hendy, head of Brunel Business School at Brunel University London, shares with AACSB her research on hubris and how excessive pride or self-confidence in leadership can trigger the downfall of an otherwise successful organization.
The Value of Volunteering With AACSB
Paul Schwager, now interim dean at East Carolina University College of Business and chair of AACSB's Volunteer Advisory Group, discusses the many opportunities for and benefits of volunteering with AACSB.
Untapped Opportunities for Fintech and Academia
John Jacobs, executive director of the Center for Financial Markets and Policy at Georgetown University, expresses the need for smaller organizations to work with academia to catch up with industry giants currently using fintech.