Business Education Is 'Glocal'
Johan Roos, chief academic officer of Hult International Business School, and Sherif Kamel, dean of AUC Business School, discuss why business school today must serve both local and global needs—depending on their context.
Business Education's Post-Pandemic Possibilities
David Timis, a 2019 AACSB Influential Leader, talks with Tim Mescon, chief offer of the Europe, Middle East, and Africa office, about the impact of COVID-19 on business education and the opportunities it presents.
Business Schools at the Center of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion
Joyce Russell, the Helen and William O’Toole Dean Villanova School of Business, shares the various ways business schools can, and should, contribute to diversity, equity, and inclusion in their schools as well as in the broader community.
Business Schools Leading Institutional Change
University of Minnesota president Joan Gabel speaks with AACSB's president and CEO, Caryn Beck-Dudley, about how business schools are well situated to influence change through community relationships, cross-disciplinary programming, and social equity efforts.
Dialoguing With Industry on Digital Technologies
Dean of Bothell School of Business at University of Washington, Sandeep Krishnamurthy, discusses the importance of business school-industry collaborations in working toward digital transformation.
Embedding Entrepreneurship in B-School Curriculum
Sherif Kamel, dean of the AUC Business School at the American University in Cairo, shares why entrepreneurship should no longer be a singular focus in business curriculum but an embedded element throughout programs.
Finding Balance: Thriving Academically and Personally
Ida Kesner, dean of the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, shares the key to students achieving mental wellness during business school.
Leading Beyond Diversity
Nick Wailes, deputy dean and director of the Australian Graduate School of Management at UNSW, talks with AACSB's chief officer of Asia Pacific, Geoff Perry, about how bringing together diverse talent isn't enough; organizations need to create connections for employees to thrive.
Mental Health of Business Students: Coping for the Long Term
Ida Kesner, dean of Indiana University's Kelley School of Business, talks about how business educators can provide today's learners with the skills needed to manage stress and and anxiety throughout their lives.
Responsible Leadership Through Diversity and Inclusion
Shannon Schuyler, chief purpose and inclusion officer at PwC US, talks about how diversity and inclusion are integral to leading responsibly in today's business world.
Study Abroad Benefits: Europe and Middle East
Johan Roos, chief academic officer of Hult International Business School, and Sherif Kamel, dean of AUC Business School, share how international experiences provide students with invaluable cultural and business perspectives.
The Business School Role in Inclusive Leadership
Nick Wailes, deputy dean and director of the Australian Graduate School of Management at UNSW, and AACSB's chief officer of Asia Pacific, Geoff Perry, discuss how business schools can both model and foster inclusive leadership in their institutions.
The Future of Connecting
University of Minnesota president Joan Gabel AACSB president and CEO Caryn Beck-Dudley discuss how we will connect with each other differently in the workplace and the classroom going forward, and the continued value of networks.
The Key to Business School Innovation
Ida Kesner, dean of the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, also named "Dean of the Year" by Poets&Quants in 2019, shares how business schools can continually reinvent and refresh.
What Does Digital Transformation Mean for B-Schools?
Sandeep Krishnamurthy, dean of Bothell School of Business at University of Washington, discuses what digital transformation does--and doesn't--mean and how business schools can embrace it.