B-School News Roundup

Harvard Business School Dean, Nitin Nohria Photograph by Mike Fein/Bloomberg

Students’ Writing Skills Not Up to Par: B-Schools Seem to Downplay Writing Skills (U.S. News & World Report)

Innovation is the Mantra of Harvard’s New B-School Dean: Modernizing the Harvard MBA Program (Boston Globe)

Tuck’s Dean Paul Danos on Ethics: Business Leaders Must Be More Ethical (Forbes India)

China’s New Emphasis on B-School Quality: System to Offer Accreditation for MBA Programs (China Daily)

Questioning a Tried and True Approach to Learning: Is the MBA Case Method Passé? (Forbes)

Diversity Numbers at MBA Programs May Be Deceiving:Business Schools Short on Diversity (Wall Street Journal)

Crafting a Winning Personal Statement: Former Admissions Officer Shares How MBA Applicants Can Stand Out in Their Essays (Business Insider)

Experiential Learning and Research, a Winning Combination: Using Research to Solve Real World Problems (Financial Times)

Standing Out in a Crowd: Work-Study Abroad Sets Business Students Apart (Globe and Mail)

U.K. MBA Programs See Dip in Interest: MBA Applications Hit by Visa Changes (Times Higher Education)

A B-School With a Unique Mission: The Next Generation of Social Entrepreneurs (The Guardian)

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