The Professor's Perspective

Today's business faculty are asked to take on more than their predecessors ever had to—they must teach, publish, adopt new technologies, engage with industry, serve the community, travel internationally, and take on numerous leadership roles. How do they balance it all? We asked four professors to describe the biggest changes and challenges they face today. They also share the keys to their success: collaboration, flexibility, and the freedom, when necessary, to make their own rules. September/October 2014

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Can You See Me Now?

In the competitive, crowded business school market, it takes something a little different to catch the attention of potential students and remind alumni what's special about their alma maters. These four schools have used innovative videos and websites to connect with stakeholders—and to set themselves apart. July/August 2014

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Measuring Faculty Impact

Faculty responsibilities have expanded, but faculty impact is still measured primarily by the number of publications in top journals. Should metrics change to reflect new kinds of faculty contributions? September/October 2014

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The Fiscal Fix

On facing the financial challenges of running a business school—and practicing what we preach. July/August 2014

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