MBA & Executive Education
By Katrin Muff, Thomas Dyllick, Mark Drewell, John North, Paul Shrivastava & Jonas Haertle This article continues from Part I (in the last issue of The European Business Review) and provides insights into two critical domains of the 50+20 vision: a) the perspectives of stakeholders of management education (students, alumni, civil society, the business
By Katrin Muff, Thomas Dyllick, Mark Drewell, John North, Paul Shrivastava & Jonas Haertle Extracts from chapter 5 of the forthcoming book “Management education for the world: A vision for business schools serving people and planet”, anticipated in
By Manfred Kets de Vries You cannot teach a man anything. You can only help him discover it within himself. — Galileo Galilee
By Jeff Klein One thing that I’ve never needed to convince an incoming Wharton MBA student is that they should become a leader.
By Nigel Duncan This article considers how we might best prepare students for ethical business practice. It considers recent developments in evolutionary research and neuroscience to explore the development of empathy and moral courage. It applies theories of
Krems – a small but vibrant university town Krems is the eastern gateway to the Wachau Valley and only a one hour drive from the Austrian capital, Vienna. It is set in one of Europe’s most picturesque river landscapes and therefore was added to the UNESCO
By Nakiye A. Boyacigiller We are facing challenges of a global nature that require global citizenship, global responsibility, and global solutions. These cannot be achieved without an increasing cadre of managers who understand the world through global
By Jeff Gaspersz What do we need to do to build the leaders that are equipped for the new innovation challenges?
By Andreas Löhmer When it comes to executive education, companies very often accept second best solutions. Looking at the impact achieved, these investments do not always seem sufficiently well-placed. In a time where resources are even scarcer than before,
By Winfried Ruigrok Diversity management is a key instrument to position your company as a preferred employer. Fail to recite this mantra and you risk losing the attention of the majority of young graduates in Europe today.