Help Faculty Avoid Knee-Jerk Reactions to Student Reactions

One of the more vexing problems facing academic administrators is how best to help low-performing instructors improve in the classroom. The costs associated with poor instructor performance are real, … [Read more...]

Deciding to Pursue the MBA: More Complex than You Might Think

As we have discussed in prior entries, the value of graduate management education is well documented. In most cases, students investing in graduate management education reap significant short- and … [Read more...]

The Business Education Insider: Bringing Attention to the Unattended

Dierdorff and Rubin

Would it surprise you to learn that almost half of MBA graduates in the U.S. earned their degrees from part-time programs? Perhaps not if you are affiliated with a university where part-time or … [Read more...]