Business education: International Learning ‘4.0’

Those green shoots may not really be spring

The battle for doctoral talent

Tug of war. Female hands pulling rope to opposite sides. Rivalry concept.

Building a human rights framework for business education

Building a global presence

Julia Balogun describes how commitment and a successful partnership are helping a UK management school anchor and build its diverse online masters programmes The University of Liverpool and its partner […]

Creating the resilient business school

Ulrich Hommel and Ben Woods argue that business schools should look beyond conventional risk management systems to the strategic build-up of organisational resilience Business schools (and their parent universities) have […]

Does education guarantee knowledge?

It cannot be assumed that education automatically confers learning, qualification and greater wisdom, says Mats Alvesson. In fact, if we look at higher education in a broader perspective, the picture […]

Senior executives on the case

Case studies are hardly unusual in business education but Andreas Biagosch argues that involving senior executives with students on real issues facing their company makes them far more effective Case-based seminars have been well […]

Making international collaboration work

International collaboration presents both opportunity and challenge. Simon Mercado and Julie Perrin Halot show how it can be managed and add value to organisations and their stakeholders International Collaborative Provision (ICP) is […]

Happy anniversary?

What’s the point of a business school anniversary? ‘Re-membering’ and re-energising for the next one according to Julie Davies and David Buisson Although universities represent some of the aworld’s oldest continually operating […]

Making learning closer to reality

Caroline D Ditlev-Simonsen describes how to develop a ‘reality-case’ and bring learning a step closer to reality Will studying books by famous chefs make you a great cook? Certainly it […]

Using analytics to create a better world

Anne Vaxelaire explains how QTEM, a network of global academic institutions and international businesses, is training students to handle ‘big data’ and to become open-minded and strong leaders Big data […]

Lifelong learning

The most effective way to deal with change and profit from it, says Annabel Short, is to accept it and embrace the need for lifelong learning You might not like […]

Digital Age Learning

Global Focus Magazine – Full PDF

Why Digital Age Learning is important

– By Nigel Paine – In the current Global Human Capital Trends report, which Deloitte has produced for the last five years, the focus has exclusively turned to “rewriting the rules […]

What is Digital Age Learning?

– By Regis Chasse – We live in the information age (aka the digital age), which is a period in human history characterised by a shift from industrial production to […]

Siemens Global Learning Campus: The Siemens Learning World

– By Kai Liebert – Siemens offers its employees and managers throughout the world many diverse opportunities to develop their skills. Topics include Siemens products, specialist knowledge and methodology and businessspecific […]

Organisational design for a socially dynamic organisation

– By Julian Stodd – The Socially Dynamic Organisation is evolved: it is strong not simply through formal hierarchy, infrastructure and governance but rather through innovation, agility and the strength of […]

What if you had satellite navigation – for everything?

– By Nick Shackleton-Jones – There’s a popular saying What got you here, won’t get you there. Today this is nowhere as true as it is in training. The world […]

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