Big Ideas on Campus

Today's business schools are all about innovation. Not only are they teaching students how to think creatively, they’re revamping their own campuses with new courses, delivery systems, and financial models. The following article offers a selection of intriguing courses, individuals, and ideas that showcase the types of experimentation and innovation happening at b-schools right now.
November/December 2014

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Setting Off Sparks

Innovative thinkers match creative solutions to existing needs. But how do business schools inspire innovative thinkers? Here, four business school educators who focus on innovation describe how they define it—and how they teach it in the classroom.
November/December 2014

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Passion Projects

The following article describes how three professors found projects they believed in, jumping into uncharted waters to create something that didn’t exist at their schools before. Becoming academic entrepreneurs presented big challenges, they say, but the payoffs—to their students, their schools, their communities, and themselves—were worth the effort.
November/December 2014

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How B-Schools Inspire Innovation

As innovation becomes a critical skill in the 21st-century workplace, teaching innovation becomes an essential job for today's business schools. Here's how three institutions suggest integrating innovative thinking into the curriculum.
November/December 2014

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