This Issue's Featured Articles
Business schools work to advance management
in emerging economies.
The Right Ideas
Africa can save itself if it creates its own
brand of entrepreneurs, says Walter
Baets of the University of Cape Town.
The PhD Effect
International academic partnerships
can lead to greater prosperity for whole
regions, says Johan Roos of Jönköping
International Business School.
Rising to Excellence
Zagreb School of Economics and Management
in Croatia pursues excellence
A Framework for Innovation
A simple grid helps schools sustain
innovation in the curriculum.
Driven by Mission
Shenandoah University relies on curriculum-
embedded assessments to align its
program and its mission.
Ready to Lead
Tom Robinson brings experience from
academia and practice to his role as
AACSB International’s new CEO.
From the Editors
Getting Things Done
I had been an editor at BizEd about a year when I researched and wrote “Taking Responsibility,” my first article about CSR and social entrepreneurship.
Research & Insights
conduct market espionage even
though it brings no benefits.
Executives know they need to build businesses with purpose—but realize they’re falling short.
Safer Signs Get Moving
The role of CEOs, the impact
of dynamic signage, and the effect
of familiarity on racial attitudes.
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Ideas in Action
A new competition
at Seattle Pacific tests students on
a topic that textbooks overlook.
creates custom exec ed programs
that busy managers can view on
Design with Donors in Mind
Nebraska donors help design
a new facility, and AAC&U calls
for students’ “Signature Work.”
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