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January | February 2003
New Directions in Global Education
Sports have become big business - and business schools have picked up the ball, designing specialty programs that train students to excel in the major leagues.
Passports to Education
To offer the most effective international experience for students, schools should start with a program’s design, not its destination.
Smarter, Faster, Better
The era of transition to technology is quickly ending for the world's business schools, as educators fully adopt new technologies as silent but powerful partners in their classrooms.
Students learn to invest money and track stocks at simulated trading floors on b-school campuses. But, they aren't necessarily going on to careers in finance - a trading floor can be used to support almost any business school discipline.
Keeping an Eye on Business
Business anchor Maria Bartiromo closely watches the corporate world to learn what makes the markets move—and she encourages business students to sift through massive amounts of information to arrive at core truths.
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Soft Skills Matter: In Business School and Beyond
Measuring soft skills in a standardized way provides business schools with vital information to drive success for businesses and future business leaders.
Bringing Social Impact and Sustainability Goals Into the Curriculum
As young people challenge accepted business practices and take leadership into their own hands, business schools are beginning to adapt to shifting student expectations.
Digital Transformation: Mind the Gap
How can business schools prepare future leaders for digital transformation? By teaching them to develop a mindset that encourages critical thinking about change and technology.