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Re-Envisioning Undergraduate Business Education

In a time of great future ambiguity, two professors called on the AACSB community to brainstorm possibilities for what a new business education can be.

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    5 Transitions for Business School Research

    We need a new approach to business school research that is not only beneficial to business and society but consistent with great policy initiatives happening today.
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    Transforming the Business School Through Donor Relationships

    Ensuring that your school's mission resonates with the people in the community is an important beginning to forging partnerships with CEOs, business owners, and entrepreneurs.
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    Making the Most of Your Business Advisory Council

    Certain general “rules” apply to the development and effective management of BACs for a business school. Here are 10 rules.
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    Curriculum Revision for the 4th Industrial Revolution

    To produce leaders who can thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, we need to encourage students to practice agility, risk-taking, self-motivation, and communication.
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    Training High-Potential Leaders Amid Continual Transformation

    If companies expect graduates to be experts as soon as they enter the professional world, it is up to higher education to plant the seed that will help them evolve quickly and over time.
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    The Connective Power of Experiential Learning

    By structuring opportunities to “learn by doing,” we not only connect theory to practice, but we blur the boundaries between learning and working and between learners and workers.
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    The Business Impact of Business Analytics

    Here's how a demand for analytics talent, supply of faculty expertise, and an ecosystem of interested businesses and research centers have come together to create business impact.
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