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November | December 2014
Setting off Sparks
Four business school professors explain how they define innovation.
Educators at the University of North Carolina, the University of Iowa, and Pan-Atlantic University follow their entrepreneurial instincts to inspire students and solve real-world problems.
Diversifying the B-School Model
Howard Thomas, Peter Lorange, and Jagdish Sheth explain why they think business education needs a makeover.
Big Ideas on Campus
An intriguing selection of courses, collaborations, and school initiatives that showcase fresh ways of thinking about education.
When Silence Isn’t Golden
Employees are often a manager’s first line of defense when it comes to identifying and addressing problems on the spot.
Marketing to Millennials
Trying to attract Millennials to your campus?
The Ingredients of Innovation
USC Marshall’s Gerry Tellis discovers what factors drive the efforts of the most innovative organizations.
B-Schools Look Ahead
How does management education need to adapt to a changing market, and what will it look like in the coming years?
Accolades for Accountants
More than a dozen awards were handed out to faculty and practitioners at the American Accounting Association’s annual meeting this summer.
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Smart Data Analytics: A Competitive Advantage
Business schools can successfully transition to a virtual environment by using smart data analytics.
International Student Recruitment in Times of Global Crisis
Strategies that business schools can apply to admissions, innovation, and risk mitigation.
Building More Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Cultures
Faculty from The PhD Project share their thoughts.