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VR has the potential to revolutionise the business school learning model so that it is more experiential, innovative and personalised, says Henley Business School Africa’s Louise Claassen
Assistive technology can enhance the student experience and help those working with new languages as well as levelling the playing field for those with disability or lack of access, says doctor and entrepreneur, Richard Purcell
Vladimir Vano, Group Economist, CentralNIC Group, outlines his views on the changing workplace and how new skills will be required to grapple with digitisation and automation
Technology can help Business Schools meet the evolving needs of their students. Alain Goudey outlines NEOMA Business School’s use of virtual reality in the classroom
Clarity and brevity should be your touchstones at interview, says Liz Sebag-Montefiore, but how can you prepare for hiring process elements that now use automation?
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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