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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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    Can Learning Agility Be Taught in Business Schools?

    For business schools to successfully teach learning agility, they must overcome three main challenges.
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    The Boundaryless Business School: Innovations in Cross-disciplinary Education

    Some business schools that are embracing cross-disciplinary learning are bringing together unique cross-sections of learners and content.
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    Experiential Learning in Business School Finance Programs

    While finance has long been studied in business schools, in recent years we have seen a rise in experiential methods of teaching the subject.
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    Business School Gamification

    Business schools are using gaming in their curriculum to deliver material in ways that are both engaging and fun for their students.
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    A Big Future for Big Data in Business Education

    We are only just beginning to understand the potential of Big Data to change business education and business schools, including the way we teach, create, and connect.
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    Beyond the Classroom Walls: Mark Fenton-O'Creevy Champions Online Learning

    Mark Fenton-O’Creevy argues that with the right approach to teaching and the right resources, online education can be of even greater benefit to students than traditional classroom learning.
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    Rediscovering the Power of Law in Business Education

    Leveraging the legal environment of business curriculum can enhance student marketability, deliver real-world value, and help produce ethical leaders who fully engage with society’s most pressing and intractable problems.
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