Candidates applying to MBA programs avoided some schools based on perceived stigma towards disability and inaccessibility.
Students with disabilities are working hard to succeed in their MBA programs, but current program practices make attaining this goal difficult.
An entrepreneurial mindset can help arts and humanities majors succeed in the gig economy.
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Teaching entrepreneurial skills is a staple in business schools. But it can benefit all students – including majors in engineering, agriculture and even the arts.
MBA programs that produce leaders who are committed to sustainability are on the rise. Here’s why Canada can lead the pack in turning out business leaders who can change the world.
In a world where employees and consumers want businesses to be more sustainable, there’s a growing need for business leaders who share these values — and a new type of business education.
Students often believe a STEM degree will serve them better in the job market.
A handful of high-profile executives have humanities degrees. But those standouts make up a small proportion of the total pool of American executives.
Start-up should not be synonymous with young people.
Research shows that the probability of entrepreneurial success jumps after the age of 35, increasing up to the age of 60,
Harvard Business School classroom.
Since the financial crisis, business schools have been accused of every evil – inequality, oppression, environmental devastation. So why should management schools be preserved?
As working lives last longer, more Americans are seeking Ph.Ds later in life.
With more Americans living and working longer, many professionals are continuing their educations later in life – with a doctorate.
It can’t be business (training) as usual for MBA students any more.
Employers still love a smart MBA graduate, but business schools are increasingly accused of not meeting the needs of a changing market.
Young entrepreneurs like Nigerian taxi boss Bankole Cardoso (26) want to learn how to do business - but they also want something very different from the traditional, structured MBA.
Young, entrepreneurial Africans want more flexibility and values-based learning than they feel is offered by a traditional MBA.
Don’t be fooled by appearances.
A number of business school academics are increasingly sceptical about the values and purposes of management education and are becoming more confident in saying so.
That’s Professor Corleone to you.
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With appetite for MBAs on the decline, should courses be redesigned with lessons from organised crime in mind?
The ability to do an MBA online is attractive, but getting it for free is problematic.
It has been suggested that, with care and dedication, you can assemble a Masters of Business Administration for free. Perhaps unsurprisingly for those in the know, the idea hasn’t caught on. When leading…