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Business Impact: Continuous interaction, continuous improvement
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Continuous interaction, continuous improvement

How can students help institutions rethink learning and deliver transformational business education? Sherif Kamel, Dean of the School of Business at The American University in Cairo highlights how student feedback is ‘a powerful informer’ of his School’s evolution

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Transforming learning into business impact

Tomorrow’s world requires impactful leadership. Tecnológico de Monterrey’s Ignacio de la Vega outlines four areas of focus for business educators and 10 top leadership skills that they should seek to develop in their cohorts

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Impacting the community through student projects

Amizan Omar details the Bradford Business Challenge projects undertaken by final-year undergraduate students as part of the University of Bradford School of Management’s commitment to serve and make an impact on the largest meaning of ‘community’

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Designing a tech MBA

In an age of technology, many students are seeking a specialised MBA for the tech sector or tech-centric companies, argues IE Business School’s José Esteves

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