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How has the management education landscape been affected by Covid-19, and how are Business Schools working to move past the pandemic? Business Impact’s fifth edition canvasses Business School experts’ insights from Europe, Asia and the Americas.
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In addition, there’s guest commentary and interviews on the following subjects:
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Loneliness shouldn’t be brushed off as a minor concern in the modern workplace. From joining an online community to lunchtime walks, these pieces of advice are aimed at preventing mental and physical health issues brought on by remote working
RSM Dean, Ansgar Richter, on how Covid-19 has accelerated the School’s plans to make technology more prominent in its thinking and why Business Schools must avoid turning inwards
Discover the disconnect between expectations of entrepreneurial life and the reality, with these three common pitfalls
Organisations should not presume that offices can reopen, and millennial employees can return to work in the way they did prior to social distancing, say Trinity Business School’s Christine Zdelar and Michelle MacMahon
At the intersection of mindfulness and business lie these tips on applying the principles of yoga to your working life – from avoiding self-sabotage to challenging yourself to become the very best version of yourself
The second part of Business Impact’s synopsis of a panel event, co-hosted by BGA earlier this year, on how sustainability can be better integrated into the DNA of higher education
Resilience, empathy, cultural intelligence, and communication. The pandemic gives us an opportunity to reassess the qualities we value most in our managers and leaders, says WU University of Economics and Business’s Marie-Thérèse Claes, in presenting new research from CEMS
How sustainability can be integrated into the DNA of higher education more effectively. Highlights from a panel of Business School leaders co-hosted by BGA earlier this year
Given management education’s importance to the evolution of Russia’s economy, the MGIMO School of Business and International Proficiency is training a new type of manager
Business Impact’s fourth edition explores the concept of integrating sustainability into business education from the perspective of senior Business School professionals, and features comments from St.Gallen, MIP, Imperial College Business School, and more.
There are also interviews with leading minds in business education, on topics that include:
This edition leads with new and original AMBA & BGA research into application and enrolment data for business master’s (MBM) programmes across the world.
It also features interviews with BGA validated and BGA member institutions in France, Spain and the Netherlands, as well as a look at what every business leader should know about geopolitics, and how one company is working to combat the adverse effects of fast fashion.
In this issue we explore the the navigation of change and negotiating nuances.
We hear about the merits of nurturing entrepreneurial ecosystems that go beyond university campuses and support regions as a whole, in an interview with Gerard George, Dean of Singapore Management University’s Lee Kong Chian School of Business.
In this issue we explore Business School internationalisation; developing a strong faculty and research culture; strategic corporate social responsibility; the first part of BGA’s ground-breaking research into Business Schools working to close the global poverty gap; and interviews with a selection of multi-national employers on the skills and qualities they’re looking for from business graduates.
Plus an exclusive interview with Indra Nooyi, Chairman of PepsiCo.