A map, a car, 8,000 miles and four MBAs

Business education

Students are hoping to help American entrepreneurs

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Changing the mindset of Irish SMEs

An Enterprise Ireland course helps ventures to expand

Dr Alex Frino, Dean at the Macquarie Graduate School of Management.
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A mission to win over women to the MBA

Alex Frino wants more female students at Macquarie

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Creative approach to business knowhow

Art can be used as an MBA teaching tool

The business of art management

Courses target those wanting to work in museums or auction houses

Illustration of virtuality by James Ferguson
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Schools map out their virtual worlds

Students offered an immersive environment

Bharat N. Anand, HBX Faculty Chair and the Henry R. Byers Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School in Boston, MA, USA.
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Harvard moves towards Moocs

HBX will offer three core courses

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The business of reputation management

Does a bad press impact on the good name of a school?

Ilian Mihov, new dean of Insead. Photograph: Rosie Hallam
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Insead dean sees value in diversity

Ilian Mihov has plans for the business school’s Abu Dhabi campus

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Lights, camera, business schools

Students and teachers drawn to the bright lights of film

Pragmatism, tenacity and an MBA

Former MBA blogger Ashwini Anburajan acted strategically

Life beyond business school

What happened next to former MBA bloggers

At the top of his Games

An EMBA has helped Dmitry Godunov at the Winter Olympics

Male, single, MBA would like to meet . . .

A business degree may give you an edge in India’s marriage market

Avatars replaced by reality on campus

Business school enthusiasm for Second Life has cooled

Success in Ho Chi Minh City

Two women with MBAs have risen to the top

Pakistan’s local graduates step up

Challenging conditions are dissuading overseas managers

Funding: income share agreements lure MBA entrepreneurs

Investors lend money in return for a percentage of earnings

Africa sees growth in management training

Some of the overseas operators have drawn criticism

Mathematical models and national security

Stanford’s Lawrence Wein applies his research to public health