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Woxsen-Monmouth Elevate Program

The program has close to 300 registered students in the age group of 4-18 years from the nearby areas of Kamkole, Buddhera, Lingampally, Digwal, Kohir, Melasangam, Ibrahimpur, Sadasivpet, Mogudampally and Zaheerabad. Academics and Co-Curricular Activities The UG & PG students from the School of Business, School of Arts & Design, School of Technology and School… Read more >

How to Inspire Entrepreneurial Thinking in Your Students- by Amy Gillett and Kristin Babbie Kelterborn

6 Ways You Can Inspire Entrepreneurial Thinking Among Your Students An entrepreneurial mindset—attitudes and behaviors that encapsulate how entrepreneurs tend to think and act—enables one to identify and capitalize on opportunities, change course when needed, and view mistakes as an opportunity to learn and improve. If a student decides to become an entrepreneur, an entrepreneurial mindset… Read more >

Introducing Business and Human Rights at HEC Paris

Thirty-four students have just completed a dedicated course on Business and Human Rights at HEC Paris. Prior to entering an ever more complex labour market, they had the opportunity to take a deep dive into some of the most pressing human and labour rights challenges and discuss how to reconcile business imperatives and respect of… Read more >

What Are Business Schools Built For?

A very long time ago, I welcomed students to my MBA course with a Peter Senge story. The influential author of The Fifth Discipline, I told the students, would ask participants in his workshops to, “imagine your organization is an ocean liner and that you are the leader.” Then he would ask, “what is your… Read more >

Teams from Ethiopia, Nigeria, Botswana & Ghana Advance to the Finals in the Africa Business Concept Challenge

In its second year, the GBSN Africa Business Concept Challenge began with 293 students in 78 teams from 46 schools in 17 countries across Africa. The virtual student competition, sponsored by AACSB International and Thunderbird Africa Center for Excellence and supported by Peaqs, Association of African Business Schools, Stanford Seed and em lyon business school, aims to address local problems with innovative business solutions. The… Read more >

Wits Business School Signs Cross-Continental Agreement with University of Houston’s Bauer College of Business

The partnership will contribute to the body of knowledge in energy leadership in both developed and emerging market economies across the globe, as well as enhance the international experience of both students and faculty through instruction, collaborative research and exchange programmes. The AELC was formed in 2017 to address the issues of energy shortages in Africa as… Read more >

WBS Launches New MBA Advisory Committee

“Corruption could kill us [South Africa] like a cancer. We need to address this urgently, as well as sustainability, addressing climate change and other issues threatening our planet. It is through using technology in every aspect of management that we will transform our organisations, as well as producing leaders who are a force for positive… Read more >

Online Graduation Ceremony for ZIBS Fintech and Regulatory Innovation Program

Zhejiang University International Business School (ZIBS) has concluded the Fintech and Regulatory Innovation (FTRI) Program for its inaugural China cohort, according to a statement from the organizers. The school reports that this cohort was comprised of 34 executives and senior managers from Mastercard, Invesco Asia-Pacific, PwC, State Street, and other unnamed institutions from across China. ZIBS explains that participants were asked to… Read more >

Agreement Between ZIBS and ESCP Europe

Prof. Léon Laulusa: As a leading business school in Europe, ESCP has always been committed to building students’ leadership and preparing them for the future. ESCP also works hard to serve the society and cultivate social responsibility. ZIBS and ESCP share the same vision and will work together to promote the development of business education… Read more >