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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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    3 Things Everyone Should Know About Business Schools

    Some media coverage of business schools perpetuates common misperceptions and can be misleading. These three observations offer a fuller picture of business schools today.
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    An Insatiable Demand for Analytics Talent Is Reshaping Business Education

    The number of university-based analytics programs has exploded in recent years, causing new implications for talent leaders, as well as business educators, about where analytics education is heading.
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    Who’s Not in Favor of Human Rights?

    Attaining even a basic level of awareness about human rights among managers in global companies is challenging, for three related reasons.
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    8 Questions Executives Should Ask Business School Deans

    By working closer together, business practice and business schools can make business education stronger and more relevant. Here are 8 questions for business executives to ask b-school deans that can jump-start a relationship.
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    A Stronger Connection Between Business Education and Practice

    AACSB’s initiative to reinforce the connection between business education and practice is about leveraging the strengths of both to create more value—in business and in business education.
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    5 Reasons for Optimism About Business School Research

    Despite discouraging attitudes toward business school research, five positive developments are signaling a broader movement toward greater relevance and impact.
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    Reinventing Medical School to Revolutionize Healthcare: Four Lessons for Business Education

    Dan LeClair visited Dell Medical School with a mission to learn how an institution reinventing medical education can inspire innovation and change in business education.
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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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    An Innovative Singapore Engineering School Inspires Business Education Insights

    Aspects of the new and innovative Singapore University of Technology and Design shed light on business schools and the way we do business education.
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    AACSB, GMAC, EFMD to Collaborate on Data and Research

    By collaborating, AACSB, GMAC, and EFMD will coordinate and expand joint data and research initiatives to benefit members.
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    The Space Between Academe and Practice

    What happens when we combine the strengths of business schools with the dynamic capabilities of business?
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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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    Innovative Higher Education at Business Schools: AACSB's Emerging Role

    AACSB International received more than 300 submissions from 200 schools in 35 countries for its Innovations That Inspire challenge. See how business schools are innovating for the future.
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    In the Time We Have

    Technology is increasing the premium on human interaction. What should we do in the time we have?
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    SmartPort: Fostering Local Research Impact Through an Innovation Ecosystem

    Local leaders address how to achieve sustainable growth at the Port of Rotterdam in a way that realizes the economic and social ambitions of the region.
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    The Evolution of Assessment and Its Forces of Change

    Just as we were starting to get it right, the nature and purposes of assessment are changing yet again.
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