Business Impact Magazine | Issue 3 | 2023 | Volume 17

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Strategies for success

The artificial intelligence (AI) genie is firmly out of the bottle and it’s the duty of educators to instigate a behavioural change in students to ensure the understand its capabilities and can use it responsibly in both their education and future careers. Professor Uma Gunasilan, associate dean of research at Hult International Business School, and career development advisor Nikhil Soi explain further

Business Briefing

Side hustles, ChatGPT and nature restoration projects in Southeast Asia all feature in Business Impact‘s latest round-up of recent research and initiatives from BGA members based across the world.


In good shape

Ukraine’s MIM Business School is overcoming the realities of war to continue serving its business community and training its leaders to build a brighter future.

Learning the ropes

IÉSEG School of Management’s social and environmental impact director Maria Castillo tells BGA why upskilling on sustainability must begin with teaching faculty and outlines how the school aims to give students spaces to engage further in this respect.

Diving in

Experiential learning projects offer rich potential for showcasing positive social impact at business schools. Splash Projects MD Simon Poole outlines their value at a time when institutions are increasingly being judged on their contribution to sustainable development and purpose over profit.


Equal to the task

IU International University is currently Germany’s largest and fastest-growing educational institution. Equal opportunities are deeply embedded as a core value within its organisational structure and it pays no mere lip service to gender equality: some 60 per cent of its leadership roles are held by women, as vice-rector of accreditation and study formats Regina Cordes outlines here.

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Spotlight on schools

BGA’s global network reached 250 members with the addition of Kazakhstan’s Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Business in May. Tim Banerjee Dhoul presents some key information about a fledgling institution that has ambitions akin to the rapidly growing city it calls home.

Homing in on Impact

David Claivaz and Khulan Berger explain how a mutually beneficial take on the residency concept at Business School Lausanne (BSL) engages its community when it comes to having an impact on sustainability.

Read the latest issue of Business Impact

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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

And more…

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