Articles with tag 'innovation'

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Why an MBA Can Help Make You A Better Entrepreneur main image

The MBA can provide a wealth of knowledge and skills you need to help take your business venture to the next level. 

New Decade, New Learning: How the 2020s Will Change B-School Teaching main image

New decades always bring on changes. From MOOCs, digital courses and video games, take a look at some new teaching methods that might reshape education in the 2020s. 

Business Schools to Rethink Entrepreneurial Education main image

At QS' Re:Imgine Education conference, three experts on entrepreneurship discuss what it means to be an entrepreneur in the digital age and why business schools need to keep up with changes in the marketplace. 

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Education Innovation: Queen’s University Belfast Aims to Offer the MBA of the Future main image
by Temoor I.

To learn more about how the MBA is changing in the modern era, we spoke to Dr Kate Kenny, MBA program director at Queen’s, about the school’s modern, leadership-driven program.

Find out whether design thinking is here to stay

Design thinking, the human-centered approach to solving problems, which places customers at its core, can make graduates more employable. But will it stick?

An artist’s impression of what vacuum-tube travel might one day look like – SpaceX’s Hyperloop competition is allowing students of Wisconsin School of Business to work towards breaking the sound barrier

SpaceX’s Hyperloop competition is allowing Wisconsin School of Business students the chance to work on what’s heralded as the future of transport.

Donation of US$20 million will go to Chicago Booth’s social innovation center

US$20 million gift from graduate of Chicago Booth’s executive MBA program in Asia to support social innovation and entrepreneurship.

Find out if Edinburgh or Paris could be the ideal place for you to study an entrepreneurial MBA

Which European city is best for an MBA if you have entrepreneurial ambitions? The cases for Edinburgh and Paris, presented by b-school faculty.