All posts in Vol.10 Issue 02 – ’16

Bringing Quality to Technology Enhanced Learning

David Asch and Martin Schader explain why EFMD has launched EOCCS EFMD’s Online Course Certification System Five years ago many business schools were bracing themselves for disaster with the arrival […]

Higher Pass

Della Bradshaw, a key player on the management education stage for 20 years, has retired but tells George Bickerstaffe she still loves the business Unless you have been living on […]

Mind the Gap

Research shows that the gender gap in faculty in European business schools is not closing. Lynn Roseberry suggests some reasons why and what can be done to improve it To […]

Building the New Entrepreneurial Society

Richard Straub explains why ‘getting back to normal’ is no longer an option Since the financial crash of 2008 the world has been struggling to “get back to normal”. But, […]

Classrooms of the Future

Martina Wolff de Carrasco and Elmar Husmann detail how curiosity and creativity can thrive in modern learning spaces Observing children is one of the best ways to find out how […]

This Time it’s Personal

Baback Yazdani describes how one UK business school has embraced the concept of the ‘personalisation’ of business education “Personalisation” is increasingly demanded by students at all levels of study. It […]

Searching for the Holy Grail

Patricia Hind and Viki Holton outline four principles of effective management development The organisations most of us live and work in are many and varied. They may have a commercial, […]

Piloting the Academic Leadership Plane

Co-operation between academic leaders and professional managers is essential for the success of large business schools says Eric Ponsonnet Professional organisations such as law firms, consultancies, hospitals, schools and universities […]

The Global Workplace – A Compassion- Free Zone?

Michael Jenkins outlines a new initiative to convince managers that compassion and caring are not ‘pink and fluffy’ irrelevances but key tools for business success At a conference recently I […]

Sustainable Business

The world is facing many complex issues that threaten our collective wellbeing and prosperity. Cecilie Hultmann asks how these risks will affect the future business landscape. And can they be […]

Looking on the Bright Side

Raymond Saner and Lichia Yiu argue that despite worrying times, initiatives such as the sustainable development goals, responsible business conduct and business diplomacy management can provide a winning formula for […]

Does Africa Need an “African” Management Education Model?

Howard Thomas, Michelle Lee, Lynne Thomas and Alexander Wilson ask if Africa can (and should) develop its own style of management education The African approach to management education has been […]