All posts in Vol.12 Issue 02 – ’18

Investigación responsable

Imagínese un mundo en el que las escuelas de negocios, los especialistas en gestión y los científicos sociales de todo el mundo hayan transformado su investigación para producir conocimiento útil […]

Business education: International Learning ‘4.0’

Internationalisation is a high-priority issue for business schools but Anna Blombäck, Yvonne Carlisle, Andrew Gaudes and Ulrich Hommel ask if they are reacting in the right way Internationalisation is a […]

Those green shoots may not really be spring

As growth returns after a long financial winter, economic hope as well as spring is in the air. But, says Simon Caulkin, it is impossible not to notice the contrast between the […]

The battle for doctoral talent

Mark Smith describes the opening salvoes of a new competitive skirmish — recruiting, managing and developing the best doctoral students in business and management The business world has long been familiar with the […]

Building a human rights framework for business education

Businesses face an increasing range of human rights issues that can directly impact their core business strategies. But, argue Dorothée Baumann-Pauly and Michael Posner, business education needs to catch up with this emerging […]

Latin America: Management education’s growth and future pathways

A new book looks at some of the key findings from a study of the evolution of management education in Latin America and highlights current issues facing the region. By Gabriela Alvarado, Howard […]

Stacking the odds

Stackable programmes and courses deliver flexibility and options to the market and allow universities to unlock their breadth of knowledge. Paul Kofman describes a quiet revolution Technological disruption affects every sector of the […]

The rise of the MENA region: Succeeding in a ‘spiky’ world

The world is not so much flat as ‘spiky’. Wolfgang Amann, Laoucine Kerbache and Nadine Burquel argue that traversing the rough terrain of the MENA region requires a lot of local knowledge […]

Digital learning: How to train for long-term impact

David Pontoppidan and David Everhart say that a solid understanding of the basics of learning is now in place and technological aids are increasingly available. Now is the time to put them […]

Creating value: Value co-creation and value destruction

Greater understanding of value, together with today’s big data analytics, gives companies the potential to put value creation at the core of their business. By Peter Stokes, Gautam Mahajan, Gerardus JM Lucas and […]

An ‘at home’ study abroad experience

Julie Davies, Pamela Decker, and Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay discuss how the world comes to iaelyon School of Management for an international week every January As Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger noted in January’s Global Focus, internationalisation and […]

The digital revolution in management education

Nowhere is the impact of digital technology more apparent – and important – than executive education custom programmes. Olga Alonso Pelegrín and Sergio Vasquez Bronfman investigate the implications, particularly the use of ‘blended’ […]

Developing world-class students in Peru

Percy Marquina Feldman outlines the innovative approach to using artificial intelligence to enhance the student experience at a business school in Peru Peru is one of Latin America’s top economic performers, classified as […]

Seven things to learn about succession in organisations

Emerson de Almeida and co-authors report on a four-year research study in how to plan and execute a sucessful successions policy Succession as it really is: from feelings to political games in […]

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