Business Schools

Business education knits together the worlds of academia and business. Often pioneers in the higher education space, business schools around the world face the challenges of globalisation, increased competition, and the search for pragmatic relevance.

Disruptive Innovation

Disruptive Innovation – Business Schools Have More To Learn Than Teach

It is the dream of many entrepreneurial MBA students to come up with a disruptive innovation that will prove to be an industry game changer. And these days they might apply the lessons learned from professors such as Harvard's Clayton Christensen to the very institutions they will graduate from. For ...

Learning the Language of Business

B-Schools Are Speaking the Language of Business

If you were born and brought up in an English speaking country you might be forgiven for thinking you’ve won one of the big prizes in the lottery of life. After all, isn’t English the world’s language now? OK, there might be a a lot of Mandarin, Spanish and French ...

Bernard Garrette - HEC paris

Interview with Bernard Garrette, Associate Dean of HEC Paris MBA

Bernard Garrette is the Associate Dean of HEC Paris MBA. He is Professor of Strategy and Business Policy, and has received the Pierre Vernimmen Teaching Award, endowed by BNP-Paribas. His research interests focus on competitive and collaborative corporate strategy, and is co-author of several books including "Alliance Strategies", which won ...

Why Choose Wharton? Because It's Blue

Why Choose Wharton? Because It’s Blue

In the ever more competitive market for business education, schools are showing themselves willing to spend serious money to get their branding right. Everything from logo, to tone of voice, to the message from the dean on the school’s website is picked over in forensic detail. But how important is ...

More b-school deans should be meteorologists

More B-School Deans Should Be Meteorologists

Both Wharton and the Kenan-Flagler Business School at UNC have recently announced that their deans are stepping down. And in so doing they have added to a growing list of vacancies at major schools that also encompasses INSEAD, Emory’s Goizueta Business School, and Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. In major companies a change at the top can generate enough ...

Learning to Network, China-Style

Learning to Network, China-Style

There are many good reasons for going to a top business school. The connections to major companies, the experience and insight of your fellow students, the academic rigor of your professors. But high on the list for many is the address book—admission to an international network of movers and shakers ...

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Who are the happiest MBA students in the world?

The MBA Happiness Index 2013, which published today in Forbes, indicates that the MBA experience itself is a considerable source of personal happiness. Over 1,100 current students from 12 of the world's leading business schools were asked: - How happy were you 12 months before your MBA? - How happy are you ...

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