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    How Research Impact Is Shaped by Tacit Knowledge

    Scholars sometimes must acquire specialized knowledge if their research is going to have optimal impact.
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    Broadening the Impact of Management Research

    Business faculty believe their scholarship has its greatest impact among other academics. How can it reach a wider audience?
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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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    Are Women in B-School Leadership Positioned for Success?

    A recent survey of member schools reveals the administrative positions most lacking women’s representation—and points to possible reasons why.
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    People and Places: June 1, 2021

    Three schools name new leaders, and new research shows the benefits of LGBTQ-friendly corporate policies.
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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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    People and Places: April 20, 2021

    Ed Grier takes the deanship at Santa Clara University, SMU receives a 15 million USD commitment, accounting organizations survey educators.
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    B-School Leaders Reflect on a Year of Change

    A year after the COVID-19 global outbreak, deans and senior business school administrators share the top challenges they faced, as well as silver linings.
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    International Students Put Enrollments On Hold

    International applications to U.S. master’s and doctoral programs increased in 2020—but first-time enrollments of international graduate students declined.
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    Drop in Student Aid Applications Tied to COVID

    Researchers extrapolate from data in the California school system.
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