Monthly Archives July 2014

Fresh perspective on boardroom quotas

Phil  -  Jul 31, 2014  -  No Comments
Research from the Rotman school in Toronto shows that cultural norms help to determine the success or failure of gender quotas for boards via Business Education http://ift.tt/1nVYo8v

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Collaboration helps prevent date rape

Phil  -  Jul 30, 2014  -  No Comments
MBA students from the Tepper school join their design and engineering colleagues from Carnegie Mellon to develop mobile app that could cut date rape via Business Education http://ift.tt/1o4mTPo

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Business schools broaden their horizons

Phil  -  Jul 27, 2014  -  No Comments
There are fears the traditional MBA core curriculum no longer reflects business reality as more students turn to social entrepreneurship and start-ups via Business Education http://ift.tt/1q65bK2

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Cricketer scores at business

Phil  -  Jul 27, 2014  -  No Comments
The professional sportsman is studying for an EMBA at Bath School of Management to prepare himself for a career post-cricket via Business Education http://ift.tt/1q65bJR

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Leadership lessons in Haiti

Phil  -  Jul 27, 2014  -  No Comments
MIT Sloan worked with the country’s government as part of an initiative to tackle economic regeneration, poverty and the modernisation of education via Business Education http://ift.tt/1nwGVm5

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The highs and lows of a Mooc education

Phil  -  Jul 27, 2014  -  No Comments
Sharon Watkins decided to create a Mooc cohort. She found that these free online courses still bring challenges for low-income earners via Business Education http://ift.tt/1nwGV5D

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When the baby boomers meet Generation Me

Phil  -  Jul 27, 2014  -  No Comments
Business schools must recognise that today’s millennial students need a different learning style and should adapt their curriculums accordingly via Business Education http://ift.tt/1q65bcV

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Women in business – Arbia Ziadi, MBA

Phil  -  Jul 27, 2014  -  No Comments
The doctor plans to collaborate with two other female MBA graduates to improve the turnover of volunteers at a local hospital in Cameroon via Business Education http://ift.tt/1q657tE

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Steven Currall, dean of UC Davis

Phil  -  Jul 25, 2014  -  No Comments
The dean of the Northern California business school believes that universities have to play a greater role in promoting women in business via Business Education http://ift.tt/1nGH2N0

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Power of music fuels b-school research

Phil  -  Jul 24, 2014  -  No Comments
Listening to appropriate music could help you make better decisions or think strategically according to researchers at Kellogg and Columbia via Business Education http://ift.tt/1qCAYad

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