Chris Stokel-WalkerFreelance Writer
To champion the environment, programs must make it a core focus, and tackle the climate impacts of their operations.
The dean of MIP in Milan wants graduates of his New Generation MBA to focus on the social good companies can do.
MBAs are becoming popular for would-be founders to fill skills gaps and build their networks.
The proliferation of company-run programs shows universities aren’t keeping up with corporate needs.
MBA programs should be more flexible and teach skills like digital transformation, according to a survey.
Survey data show some improvement in the digital experience in 2021. But students and schools are still anxious to meet in person this fall.
The video app has become key for teaching, guest visits, and lifelong learning.
Less travel, smaller class sizes, and blended recruiting will stick around.
But programs elsewhere are trying to maintain the advantages they gained during the Trump era.
Connections are tough with online learning, spurring B-schools to develop new avenues to those crucial relationships.
Lockdowns hammered retailers across the U.K., forcing many to be creative to survive.
Many entrepreneurs in the travel industry saw their business disappear from Covid-19. With normality years away, many are looking to other options.
An English flour mill remakes its business for an entirely new customer and has never been busier.
Surveys overwhelmingly show a desire to include more people of color in every aspect of the MBA experience, but the evidence reveals a long road ahead.
A marketing presentation details the social platform’s surging growth during lockdowns and grip on European markets.
With the world in lockdown, video views on how to cook are spiking on the platform. Here’s the five most worth your time.
Hiring runs counter to overwhelming interest in sustainability among students, schools, and companies.
From Canada to China, top programs are all reporting a rising number of applicants looking toward the economies of the future.
A husband-and-wife team in London created children’s cartoons with 17.5 billion views, rivaling Justin Bieber’s.