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    Remembering the Past as We Prepare for the Future

    The 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks is a fitting time for business schools to reevaluate how they’re preparing students to manage future crises.
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    10 Principles of Effective Risk Management

    Academic leaders should never waste a crisis. Rather, they should view every crisis as an opportunity to improve their schools’ risk management systems.
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    A Hunger for a Better World

    As society faces urgent challenges, Jesuit universities cultivate the “seven hungers” that motivate today’s business students.
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    The End of the Academic Year

    The new dean of the Farmer School of Business reflects on lessons learned during the pandemic era and makes plans for the future.
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    It’s Up to Us to Shape the Future

    Business schools must help businesses accelerate the positive changes emerging from the COVID-19 crisis.
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    High Demand for Graduate Management Education

    As fears about the pandemic fade, more students want to pursue business degrees.
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    The Search for a Higher Purpose

    What is the role of business schools in determining the future of management—and society?
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    Glimmers of a New Normal

    The Farmer School prepares students for succeeding in a world completely remade by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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    What COVID Has Taught Us About Remote Learning

    Once the pandemic is over, how can we use the lessons we’ve learned to improve online course delivery?
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    Business Schools: Disrupted, or Reinvented?

    Facing an uncertain future, academic leaders adopt new financial strategies that will sustain their schools for the long term.
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