Written by: Jennifer Robison Published by: Gallup Workplace MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Millennials are the biggest age cohort in the U.S. workforce, the least engaged, the most likely to quit, and pingpong tables and free beer aren't fulfilling their notoriously high expectations of their employers one bit. And then the pandemic. And then remote work. And … [Read more...] about What Disruption Reveals About Engaging Millennial Employees
Written by: Esteban Ortiz-Ospina and Charlie Giattino Published by: World Economic Forum MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: The available data shows that in the 19th century people across the world used to work extremely long hours, but in the last 150 years working hours have decreased substantially, particularly in today’s richest countries. Click Here to … [Read more...] about These charts show how our working hours have changed
Written by: Steven Orpurt Published by: Strategic Finance MBA News Digest Comment: This is an article worth sharing with current students and alumni. Extracted Content: The management accounting and finance profession is constantly evolving. New technologies, new regulations, new responsibilities—the continuing education needs of our profession are forever growing in volume, … [Read more...] about SPRUCE UP YOUR LEARNING SKILLS
Written by: Nathan AllenPublished by: Poets&Quants MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: In a year of unrest and tense political battles, the controversies that led to a tumultuous 2020 for many people across the globe infiltrated business school communities and campuses. From controversial social media posts to student revolts over tuition to racist outbursts, below … [Read more...] about P&Q’s Top Business School Scandals Of 2020
Written by: Martin GoerlichPublished by: ASEAN Journal of Management & Innovation MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: The focus of this research project was to evaluate the course design of an introduction course for an international master of business administration (MBA) within the ASEAN context by using Action Learning (AL). For that purpose a class was designed … [Read more...] about Designing an Action Learning Course for an MBA Program: A Qualitative Evaluation
Written by: Amanda Nimon-Peters and Nadine Page Published by: BizEd, AACSB International MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: FOR A LONG time now, business educators have faced increasing pressure to tackle the ultimate conundrum: How can we train future leaders to meet the complex needs of modern employers? Especially as our classes grow larger and more diverse? And that … [Read more...] about Do Large Classes Make It Harder to Learn?