The Future of Faculty
More business faculty are developing their own brands via MOOCs and social media. Will more schools start relying on superstar professors to create courses that will be taught by adjuncts and junior instructors? How is the role of professors changing? This issue looks at new ways business schools are managing, developing, and deploying their faculty.
Issue Mails: 08/29/16
Nontraditional Competitors in Business Education
MOOCs, professional organizations, and nontraditional providers are offering alternatives to conventional business education. What do these competitors bring to the business education market? This issue will examine what business schools have to learn from them—and how business schools can emerge stronger than ever.
Issue Mails: 10/28/2016
How Technology Is Remaking the Classroom
Today’s business classrooms are incorporating the most advanced technological tools, from telepresence robots to artificial intelligence programs. How can administrators make sure they’re staying on the cutting edge?
Issue Mails: 12/29/2016
*Distributed at AACSB's Deans Conference
Lifelong Learning: The New Imperative for Business Schools
The era of the terminal degree is over. Today’s students expect to acquire additional knowledge and updated credentials throughout their careers—and they expect business schools to offer them a range of options.
Issue Mails: 02/27/2017
*Distributed at AACSB's International Conference and Annual Meeting
Developing the Next Business School Leaders
What kinds of leaders will business schools need to see them through the coming transformation of higher education? A look at how business schools must groom next-generation administrators to meet the needs of 21st-century business.
Issue Mails: 04/27/2017
Forming Strong Partnerships and Alliances
From academic mergers to corporate-academic partnerships, business schools must discover the best strategies for getting the most out of every collaboration.
Issue Mails: 06/29/2017
Meeting the Expectations of 21st-Century Students
Students now represent a wider range of generations, levels of experience, ambitions, interests, and preferred learning styles than ever before. It will be up to business schools to listen to what this broad base of students wants and needs most, both inside and outside the classroom.
Issue Mails: 08/30/2017
Where Do We Stand on Diversity?
More women and minorities More women and minorities are enrolling in, teaching at, and heading up business schools. What strategies are working well to move them through the pipeline, and what more remains to be done?
Issue Mails: 10/30/2017