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...]

BEI Survey: To Engage Students – Raise the Bar

Continuing our research report series focused on engagement in business schools, we turn toward potential barriers that stand in the way of increased engagement. Previously, our findings showed that … [Read more...]

BEI Survey: Working in the Shadows: Engaging Adjunct Faculty

In this installation of BEI’s research on business school engagement, we focus on a topic that is receiving increasing attention in the media, namely, the role of adjunct professors in business school … [Read more...]

BEI Survey: (Self)-Report Card: Part-Time MBA Programs Give Themselves a B+ in Quality

This month we conclude our series on innovation in part-time MBA programs based on our most recent survey with a look at how program administrators think about quality (look out for our next research … [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...]