Sustainability

Hult Prize

Hult Prize: Ending Hunger, One Cricket at a Time

If I broke the news to you that MBA students tend to be highly competitive individuals, you may not be too surprised. The Pope is, also, apparently Catholic, and all politicians are credible and reliable. OK, I made the last one up. So on the basis of my first statement, you may ...

MBA Careers - Food, drugs and the MBA

Food, Drugs and MBAs

For most MBA students, the closest they will get to the healthcare sector and agriculture during their time at business school will be the hefty cheques US schools require for medical insurance and the pizza and subs that fuel all-night assignments. Even when the end of study is in sight and ...

John Quelch - Dean at CEIBS

Interview with John Quelch, Dean of CEIBS

John A. Quelch is the Dean of CEIBS. He is also Distinguished Professor of International Management at the Shanghai-based business school. Previously, he was Senior Associate Dean and Lincoln Filene Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. Between 1998 and 2001 he was Dean of London Business School. Professor Quelch ...

Active Lessons in Sustainability

Active Lessons in Sustainability

When it comes to teaching sustainability and corporate social responsibility in business school, a blend of theory and action may succeed best. There will always be a few adherents of old-fashioned, “robber baron” capitalism with the view that sustainability—not to mention the whole concept of corporate social responsibility—has no place in ...

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