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    Project-Based Partnership for Regional Development

    Can a business school help a whole nation achieve economic growth? The business engagement unit at the University of South Australia says yes.
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    Accreditation and the Cultural Gap

    Schools in certain parts of the world—particularly those in Asia—face challenges in achieving accreditation. But these roadblocks can be overcome.
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    The Other MBA—and Why It’s Popular in China

    Master’s in business analytics degrees are quickly becoming some of the most sought-after degrees among Chinese business students.
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    Chinese Business Schools on the World Stage

    A confluence of factors has led to the rapid development of business schools in China
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    The 10 Smart Skills of the Future

    Students need to learn empathy, humility, critical thinking, and other essential skills to succeed in the workplace.
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    Videos May Improve Student Learning

    Videos can raise student scores by five points out of 100.
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    Resetting the Leadership Agenda Post-COVID-19

    A post-pandemic era will require us to embrace new definitions of leadership—and apply new approaches to teaching and learning.
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    A Personal Perspective From the Business Education Alliance: Sudarso Kaderi Wiryono

    The dean of Institut Teknologi Bandung discusses his indirect entrance into business education and the impact COVID-19 is having on his school in Indonesia.
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    A Personal Perspective From the Business Education Alliance: Kendra Chen

    Kendra Chen shares how AACSB's global network inspired her while managing accreditation for Tongji University's School of Economics and Management.
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    Newly Accredited: BINUS Business School on Earning AACSB Accreditation

    Dezie Warganegara of BINUS Business School shares how some accreditation challenges unique to a large school ultimately led to many lasting improvements.
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