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    5 Tips for Getting Your Research Noticed

    Effectively engage the media to highlight your school’s industry-relevant, impactful thought leadership.
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    A New Future for Research

    To become catalysts for social change, schools of business and management must choose a different scholarly path.
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    Research Roundup: August 2021

    Research approaches affect research findings, diversity training benefits from additional actions, and corporate recruiters look to hire new MBAs.
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    Rethinking the Research Model

    Why it’s imperative that business schools reward faculty for the quality and creativity of their research—not merely the quantity.
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    Serving Society Through Scholarship

    Schools highlight just a few of the ways their faculty are making a difference—and their strategies for making impactful research the norm, not the exception.
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    What Urban Design Can Teach Us About Research

    By using the concepts of urban design and visual thinking, students can design richer—and more relevant—research questions to explore.
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    Encouraging Business Scholars to Address Societal Impact

    By reimagining faculty research in terms of its public value, business schools will position themselves as contributors to the greater global good.
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    We Must Redefine Our Thought Leadership

    To rise above the noise of social influencers, business schools need a different approach to sharing their best business insights in the public domain.
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    Business School Research for Social Good

    Three examples from AACSB's Innovations That Inspire challenge highlight ways that business schools are leveraging their research for positive societal impact.
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    Connecting for Better: How Business Schools Can Create Positive Change

    Through five key opportunities, business schools can take collaborative action to positively impact learners, businesses, and global society.
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