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A Changing Landscape Means Changing How to Plan for Risk

March 8, 2022

Successful risk response is about what happens leading up to a crisis—not the immediate reaction. Retired four-star general Stanley McChrystal spoke at the University of Colorado Boulder recently, where he shared insights from a long career in defense that included his role overseeing Joint Special Operations Command, including in Afghanistan...

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Predicting the Future of Undergraduate Business Education

Dec. 8, 2021

How changes in technology will update the b-school experience. Advances in technology, pandemic-driven challenges and evolving real-world needs continue to push business schools in new directions. Here are three trends to watch that can shape undergraduate education over the next five years. Embracing applied learning—with opportunities for reflection Business schools...

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Climate Change Heats Up at Business Schools

Dec. 8, 2021

Forward-looking schools are priming students for profound challenges ahead. As they step into today’s business landscape and tomorrow’s leadership roles, students are facing a rapidly transforming world, and climate change issues are among the top challenges on the horizon. But many business schools are not yet addressing climate change and...

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Keeping Donors Connected

April 21, 2021

How to drive results with donors during COVID and beyond Last March, fundraisers in higher education were facing a bleak future. With no more early morning coffee meetings or dinners with donors possible, ‘road warriors’ were grounded indefinitely. Only 17% of advancement professionals surveyed in June believed they would meet...


Deans Forecast a New Dawn for Business Education Post-COVID-19

Dec. 15, 2020

Faced with the unprecedented challenges of COVID-19, we asked two deans from top business schools to

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Tips for Increasing Inclusion in Remote Learning

Dec. 13, 2020

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Helping Early-Career Faculty Progress in a Pandemic

Oct. 27, 2020

How Two Entrepreneurial Approaches Filled a Research Void During COVID-19 Conference cancellations, event postponements, and quick shifts to remote formats due to the outbreak of COVID-19 this year created a chasm for academic researchers in the United States and across the world. In the blink of an eye, in-person opportunities...

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The Remaking of Business Education Post-COVID-19

Oct. 27, 2020

B-school will never look the same. In the years leading up to coronavirus outbreak, business schools faced their fair share of challenges. MBA applications were down at many schools, and some questioned the value of two-year MBA programs that pulled people out of the workforce during a thriving economy. Then the pandemic hit,...

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Tips From Students: Advice for Improving Remote Learning

April 6, 2020

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6 Tips from Faculty for Teaching Remotely

April 6, 2020