Maintaining the gold standard

Paradoxes of business schools

Developing collaborative leaders

Building a global presence

Creating the resilient business school

Implementing change in a global company – Nokia & Complex Adaptive Leadership & Abilitie

– GOLD WINNER OF THE 2017 EXCELLENCE IN PRACTICE AWARDS – How a partnership provided support for leadership development in a global company undergoing a major transformation In a fast-moving market […]

Tackling the UK’s diabetes crisis – Diabetes UK, Ashridge Executive Education & Novo Nordisk

– GOLD WINNER OF THE 2017 EXCELLENCE IN PRACTICE AWARDS – Collaboration and exploration has resulted in the creation of an innovative intervention to improve the lives of thousands of people […]

My Way: choose to go further – PricewaterhouseCoopers & PWC My Way

– SILVER WINNER OF THE 2017 EXCELLENCE IN PRACTICE AWARDS – My Way, a transformational development programme at PwC, has proved its success in developing leaders who can inspire others by […]

Growth partners – ANZ & University of South Australia Business School

– SILVER WINNER OF THE 2017 EXCELLENCE IN PRACTICE AWARDS – Financial services companies are experiencing disruption on a global scale. Banks in particular are recognising that they need to demonstrate relevance, provide […]

Curriculum, certification and community – Capgemini & Capgemini University

– SILVER WINNER OF THE 2017 EXCELLENCE IN PRACTICE AWARDS – The Engagement Managers transformation programme has united Capgemini’s main delivery roles with a common global curriculum, certification framework and community […]

Putting trust in the future – Old Mutual Wealth & Accelerance

– SILVER WINNER OF THE 2017 EXCELLENCE IN PRACTICE AWARDS – How Accelerance and Old Mutual Wealth developed a strong and collaborative partnership The “Enabling Positive Futures Programme” is a powerful […]

Responding to the challenge – Norwegian Armed Forces Study Center & BI Norwegian Business School

– SILVER WINNER OF THE 2017 EXCELLENCE IN PRACTICE AWARDS – The Norwegian Armed Forces and BI Norwegian Business School establish a three-year masters degree programme to combat national security challenges […]

Creating impact with purpose

Patricia Bradshaw and Erin Elaine Casey describe how the BSIS process has helped herald the impact of the Sobey School in Canada, the first business school in North America to utilise the […]

Vol.06 Issue 01 – ’12: Workplace Learning

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‘Inclusive growth and prosperity’ – for whom?

Instead of prosperity the last decade has delivered inequality, insecurity, and the rise of nationalism and populism. Simon Caulkin argues that this is a secular challenge that business, and especially managers, must face […]

Assessing academics’ performance

Is it time for a change in faculty recruitment and promotion practices? Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger describes how, and why, business schools need to take into account multiple aspects of performance Masters degree – […]

Rise by lifting others

Kenneth Mikkelsen outlines how a leading Indian company has engaged in a global conversation about why it exists and how it affects people’s lives and society generally There is a growing hunger for […]