Written by: Patricia Young Published by: The Conversation MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: At a large private university in Northern California, a business professor uses an avatar to lecture on a virtual stage. Meanwhile, at a Southern university, graduate students in an artificial intelligence course discover that one of their nine teaching assistants is a virtual avatar, … [Read more...] about Future of college will involve fewer professors
Written by: Izzy Copestake Published by: VICE MBA News Digest Comment: How should GME programs handle this issue? Extracted Content: Higher education is a huge investment, underwritten by one key assurance. Whether you spend your university years smashing Firsts or stomaching vodka dashes in your 9Am lecture, all students are united by one shared guarantee: that your higher education fees pay … [Read more...] about Students at Ireland’s Top University Are Paying for Recycled Video Lectures
Written by: Jonathan Moules Published by: Financial Times MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Coronavirus has disrupted much of the traditional executive MBA experience. Group discussions morphed into Zoom calls. Networking events were reduced to WhatsApp chats. But the biggest loss for many students was missing overseas travel to visit companies, meet renowned chief executives … [Read more...] about How the executive MBA travel bug was bitten by Covid
Written by: Enda Curran and Brendan Murray Published by: Bloomberg Businessweek MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Prospects that the world’s snarled supply chains may become less tangled were dealt a setback last month when a couple of MIT students bought 10,000 cases of beer. The purchase order wasn’t real. It was part of a role-playing exercise called the Beer Game that’s … [Read more...] about MIT’s ‘Beer Game’ Shows Humans Are Weakest Link in Supply Chains
Written by: Luis Toro Dupouy Published by: EFMD Global Blog MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: One of the obvious consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns has been the acceleration of the inevitable digital transformation. The impact is not only on consumption patterns or the way of working but also in the way of learning. Since the first e-learning … [Read more...] about E-learning trends: traditional schools vs digital schools
Written by: MBA News Australia Published by: MBA News Australia MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Dr Jane Menzies MBA from Deakin Business School makes the case that a four-day work week is “associated with less stressed and more empowered workers.” Click Here to Read More Via Original Source … [Read more...] about Is The Four-Day Working Week The Future Of Work?