Building a Better MBA: Tackling the “Big Questions” of the Future

Over the past two decades there has been an emergence of academic literature concerning what has been termed, the “business of business schools.” As any casual observer might attest, this literature … [Read more...]

MBA Grads Continue to See Value in Degree

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) posted some nice graphics culled from their 2012 and 2013 annual surveys related to the perceived value of graduate management education.  The data … [Read more...]

BEI Survey: What Keeps Part-Time MBA Programs from Innovating? Time, Money and…Faculty

As part of our Business Education Insider part-time MBA survey series, MBA policymakers at 47 business schools were asked just how important continuous innovation is to their programs’ overall … [Read more...]

Team Projects and Part-Time MBA Students

A recent study by Patricia Rafferty in the current issue of Journal of Management Education provides a qualitative examination of how part-time MBA students experience group work. The benefits of … [Read more...]

Strategic Thinking: Not Just Preaching It, But Practicing It

London Business School’s Michael Hay writes in Disrupt or Be Disrupted that now more than ever, schools must develop a strategy and business model that fits what they are and what they want to be. The … [Read more...]