Business Impact Magazine | Volume 3

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The business master's degree: global application and enrolment outlook

Trends in application enrolment figures for MBM programmes around the world as well as insight into the role of technology and India’s high demand.

How business schools can harness diruption and thrive

Lancaster University Management School Dean, Angus Laing, a speaker at the AMBA & BGA’s Global Conference 2020, on evaluating purpose to survive disruption.

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The à la carte future of post-graduate business education

Business education’s future will resemble the music industry, in which individual songs can be downloaded à la carte without paying for a pre-determined selection, says Universidad Nebrija‘s Dean Fernando Tomé Bermejo.

Cultivating diversity to open opportunities

Exposure to different backgrounds and ways of thinking is a firm focus for Céline Fauchot, Dean at France’s South Champagne Business School (SCBS), part of Y SCHOOLS ecosystem.

Getting to grips with geopolitics in a global business world

Increasing volatility requires a greater emphasis on geopolitics, according to Cédomir Nestorović, professor at Geopolitics and Islamic Business at ESSEC Business School.

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Going Global

To add value to the local region while promoting internationalisation, Wittenberg University of Applied Sciences takes a ‘global’ approach.

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Robotic replacement and psychological responses to technology

Educators and employers must understand the potential impact of ‘technological unemployment’ on workers and the wider society, argues Rotterdam School of Management‘s Stefano Puntoni.

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Issue 4 | 2023 | Volume 18

In the prime of life: Egade Business School’s wide-ranging involvement with the UN’s Principles for Responsible Management Education

A world of difference: How students based all over the world come together for a week of experiential learning at the University of Quebec in Montreal

The dividing line: How the views and aspirations of male and female students differ, according to the latest AMBA & BGA research

Laying the foundations: Preparing students for roles focused on environmental and social responsibility

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