Lights, camera, action... case study

Robert D. Austin
©Lars Bertelsen

Leadership course uses novel teaching format


The rise and rise of the flexible MBA

The full-time programme is losing its appeal

Henry Lane Fox (left) and Frank Meehan, co-founders of SmartUp. For Business Life.
©Charlie Bibby

On the path of digital disruption

Technology venture SmartUp plans to shake up the MBA market

Peter Tufano, Dean of the Said business school Oxford, is pictured at the London FT building.
©Shaun Curry

Dean, businessman and social entrepreneur

Peter Tufano of Saïd, Oxford is trying to help the disadvantaged

James Ferguson illustration
©James Ferguson

Rise of China’s entrepreneurial spirit

The country’s business schools report growing interest in start-ups

Trinity College Dubiln, 24/10/2014 Trinity Provost, Dr. Patrick Prendergast. © Patrick Bolger 2014
©Patrick Bolger

How the Irish MBA market is set to expand

Trinity College Dublin hopes a new school will give it a boost

Professor of Operations and Information Management Gerad Cachon at the Wharton School - University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia
©Pascal Perich

Technology brings choice to MBA students

Professors at Wharton find fairer way to allocate courses

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Pirates, cyber crime and case studies

Former marine teaches criminal risk to MBA students

Portraits Xenion, FELIX RACKWITZ AND FILIP CORVELEYN, Frankfurt, Germany, 07.10.2014
©Martin Leissl

MBA pair finds way to save clients’ money

Judge Business School helps two lawyers shake-up their industry

Lessons in strategy for digital screen

Europe’s broadcasters turn to management education

Sloan translates the language of learning

Business education for non-English speaking managers

A taste for wider horizons

A wine management programme helped a vintner’s marketing strategy

Raising a glass to the business of wine

Growth in the industry brings opportunities for MBA education

Saudi Arabia offers cultural challenge

UK business school is teaching Saudi women leadership skills

Marketing, statistics and rock ‘n’ roll

Professors are connecting with MBAs through rock music

Networking can leave you down and dirty

Negative feelings can hinder career progress

MBA students take fashionable steps

Business schools are collaborating with young designers

Carmaker’s tricks oils non-profit wheels

Babson and Toyota have joined forces to help a food bank

An EMBA for that global perspective

The UK chief executive of an Italian family business is using his Cass degree to tackle change

Academics plan a broader view of finance

Brevan Howard funds £20m financial centre at Imperial College