Informationen über "Business Schools"

  • Santiago de Iñiguez Onzoño
    What are the winning cards for business schools?

    How will business schools look like when they are created on the surface of Mars some decades from now? What will have been the major advances in management science by then? How will management jobs and professional...

    • vom Juli 3, 2015
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  • Die Welt: Wenn Mode-Blogger über Business Schools schreiben

    In dem zum Axel Springer Verlag gehörenden „World’s Luxury Guide by Die Welt“ schreiben Mode- und Fashion-Blogger über MBA-Schulen. Was dabei herauskommt, ist oft nicht nur falsch, sondern manchmal auch unglaublich peinlich. „Als Jetset-Student im Schickeria-Fürstentum, braucht...

    • vom Juni 7, 2015
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  • Professor Hamid Bouchikhi
    Emerging countries: A threat to western business schools?

    Western business schools have seen the development of an affluent segment of the population in emerging countries as a golden opportunity. Virtually, all are actively hunting for well-off candidates in Asia, Russia, and South America. Many are...

    • vom April 19, 2015
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  • Getting into a top school remains extremely tough

    With applications to the top 10 business schools slightly down last year, it was a wee bit easier to pass through the very fine screen to gain entry into an elite MBA program in the U.S. Acceptance...

    • vom März 29, 2015
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  • Will business schools survive?

    Business schools are only drops in the ocean of knowledge, says Eric Cornuel. In a TED-talk the Director General and CEO of the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) explores the future of business schools and how...

    • vom August 20, 2014
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  • How essay reductions impact applicants

    Two years ago, the Harvard Business School made a bold move by reducing the application requirements for potential MBA applicants. They moved to one essay, technically optional, and reduced the number of required letters of recommendations....

    • vom August 4, 2014
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  • The trojan horse threat to b-schools

    Karl Ulrich, vice dean of innovation at Wharton A new analysis of technology's impact on elite business schools today (July 16) asserts that MOOC courses are a “Trojan Horse” that can cause a massive disruption in an institution's...

    • vom Juli 25, 2014
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