Blog Posts with tag ‘research’

TOPMBA research by date
The Death of the Harvard Business School Case Study Method
19 Oct 2017
Tarun Anand, cofounder of Universal Business School and Former MD of Thomson Reuters, South Asia explores the usage of case studies in MBA programs.
Early job offers and the class of 2015.
25 Jun 2015
Interested in the outcomes of an MBA or related degree? Graduating class of 2015 reveals slight rise in early offers of MBA jobs in new GMAC survey.
Dartmouth Tuck and evolutionary biologist on corporate reputation
23 Jun 2015
Evolution of lizards shows way to measure corporate reputation, government indoctrination during the Third Reich and, is creating or following innovations best?
TOPMBA research by date
McKinsey report in business roundup, June 19 2015
19 Jun 2015
McKinsey reports on ‘misallocated’ higher education spending, FDI in Latin America and the Caribbean, and bailout news from the world’s oldest bank. 
Lehman Brothers CEO voices his opinion on the crash's origins
29 May 2015
Former Lehman Brothers CEO, Dick Fuld, speaks out on causes of the bank’s demise and a new study highlights the US’s recovery as one of ‘extreme variation’.
Business school weekly news roundup
27 May 2015
Kellogg School of Management study on work place morality heads our latest synopsis of research news from the world of business education. 
CEOs and media coverage
21 May 2015
Fortune 500 CEOs who generate greater media coverage increase firm value and improve their own personal compensation packages, says Cambridge Judge study.
MBA jobs to rise says GMAC survey
20 May 2015
Employers, particularly those in the US, look set to offer more MBA jobs this year as they seek expansion, according to new GMAC survey.