Exploring the future of globalisation

Business Schools must collaborate within a global partnership to help create a sustainable future for all, argues Steef van de Velde, Dean and Professor of Operations Management and Technology at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University.

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Applying original thinking to business

Business Schools must encourage independent thinking and bravery in their students to help prevent future financial crises, says Fiona Devine OBE, Head of Alliance Manchester Business School.

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Defining and leading with purpose

Peter Tufano, Peter Moores Dean and Professor of Finance at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, talks to Jack Villanueva about the importance of personal purpose in business today and the need for Business Schools to work with organisations to establish a common purpose

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Creating a counterforce through education

Delivering world-class education in post-apartheid South Africa is about creating programmes that touch people and are rooted in lived realities, says Jon Foster Pedley, Dean and Director of Henley Business School Africa. Interview by David Woods-Hale

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Building a responsible and inclusive future

Developing a mindset of continual learning for the future of work and inclusive leadership will underpin the MBA at Newcastle University Business School, explains its new Director and Professor of Leadership and Organisation Studies, Sharon Mavin. Interview by David Woods-Hale


Comfortably numb: the peril of a plateau

A plateau in business is really an invisible state of decline, unwittingly fuelled by those at the top. Leading out of it involves innovation, transparency, values-led decisions and sustainability, argue Khurshed Dehnugara and Claire Genkai Breeze

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The ever-evolving MBA

Only those MBA programmes that adapt quickly to new challenges will succeed in the long term. ESMT Berlin’s Rick Doyle explains how his Business School

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Japan’s age of the MBA

To drive Japan’s business success in the 21st century, young people may need to embrace the MBA over traditional linear career progression within Japanese organisations.


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