Articles with tag 'Faculty voices'

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The Debate: MBA Specializations vs. the Generalist Approach main image

Is it better for MBA students to focus on one area of interest in industry, or concentrate on providing a solid grounding across all areas of business? 

The Place of Philosophy in Business Education

For its influence in the study of business ethics, philosophy’s relevance to business education has grown. But does it deserve greater attention?

Villanova Campus

Not your average business school: Villanova School of Business speak to TopMBA.com about their partnership with KPMG, entrepreneurship, and a culture of helping others.

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Entrepreneurial Thinking: Not Just for Start-Ups

With insight from staff and MBA students at Oxford Brookes Business School, we take a look at the importance of entrepreneurial thinking.

Roland Siegers, executive director of CEMS shares his opinions on why you must expand your worldview to remain employable

Roland Siegers, executive director of CEMS, shares his thoughts on remaining employable, by expanding your worldview.

Luc Craen, vice president and managing director at EU Business School shares his thoughts on the MBA trends for 2018

Robots, blockchain and Wall Street: Luc Craen, vice president and managing director at EU Business School reveals his MBA predictions for 2018.

“Cuba has undergone drastic economic changes in the last several years,” said Rebecca Bellinger, who led a recent University of Maryland trip to Cuba

Recent faculty trip by the University of Maryland illustrates academic interest in the US for learning about realities of doing business in Cuba.

The case method can give MBA students, “a sense of what they will be confronted with in their future career,” says ICFAI Business School associate dean, Debapratim Purkayastha

Business scenarios depicted in case method materials may read like film synopses, or come in comic book format, but have much to teach MBA students.