Written by: Rodney Alsup Published by: LinkedIn on 6/28/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: The financial impact of individual graduate programs will soon become the lens that will guide most academic decisions. As a graduate program leader, are you prepared? Extracted Content: Your graduate program is one of the many programs campus leaders funded. Did they make the right decision? Can you show they … [Read more...] about Graduate Program Leaders Are You Measuring Your Program’s Financial Performance?
Written by: George Siedel Published by: The Conversation on 6/27/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: In this article, Professor Siedel points out the good that professors are doing. The article and his book are worth reading. I recommend both. Extracted Content: There is no shortage of books critical of business schools. The titles leave little doubt about how much disdain the authors have for the … [Read more...] about Business schools get a bad rap – but a closer look shows they’re often a force for good
Written by: Marc Ethier Published by: Poets&Quants on 6/27/2022 Extracted Content: Even before taking over as the school’s dean, Caroline Roussel has already had a deep and lasting impact on IÉSEG School of Management. Roussel’s imprint on the “grand école” business school, one of a dozen across France, begins with her remarkable two-decade teaching career that will culminate with her … [Read more...] about At This Grand École B-School, The First New Dean In 28 Years Ushers In A New Strategic Plan
Written by: Daily Mail Reporter Published by: Daily Mail on 6/25/22 MBA News Digest Comment: The United Kingdom's Universities Minister seems to think that face-to-face education is the only way to achieve quality education. Extracted Content: The Government has started recruiting hit squads to check universities are doing enough face-to-face teaching – with the aim of having teams ready to … [Read more...] about Government recruits ‘hit squads’ who will check universities are doing face-to-face teaching in a bid to end remote lectures
Written by: Jon Kaplan Published by: LinkedIn on 6/22/2022 Extracted Content: At the end of this month, I will be retiring from the University of California. After 28 years which has included stints with UCLA Athletics, UCLA's Anderson School of Business, UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business and UCI's Merage School of Business, I am very fortunate to be in a position to move into this next … [Read more...] about Assistant Dean, MBA and Specialty Masters Programs, UCI Paul Merage School of Business Retiring
Written by: William B. Lacy, Jean-Yves Merilus, Xiaoguang Liu, and Laura R. Lacy Published by: Center for Studies in Higher Education, Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley on 6/13/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: Graduate program leaders considering an international partnership would find this paper a useful resource. Extracted Content: ABSTRACT - International partnerships have become … [Read more...] about Role of University International Partnerships for Research & Education: Leaders’ Critical Insights & Recommendations