~ July 18, 2019  ~
Special Issue: Innovation in Business Education

It's summer, a perfect time to step back and consider the future of management education with this special issue on innovation in BizEd!
TopMBA: Francesca Di Meglio

Have a little time to learn this summer? This reading list looks to the future with material on entrepreneurship, migration, inequality and more, because often, "the best books about leadership and management are not about leadership and management."
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FIND MBA: Seb Murray

Contextualized knowledge or outdated approach? What do business cases bring to the classroom, and is it time for an update?
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In 2018, ethical lapses torpedoed more chief executives than poor performance or internal politics. How can we give students more practical tools for better decision-making?
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GlobalFocus: Chris Pitelis

"Today business education is a multi-billion-euro sector. But it is also looking rather tired and ill-adapted to today's realities." What are the keys to building a future of better teaching, engagement, relevance and impact?
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Fast Company: Katharine Schwab

Want to know how your course fits into the transforming educational landscape? This project tracks courses and maps change in business and other disciplines.
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BizEd Magazine: Tricia Bisoux

What differentiates successful business schools over the long term?
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