MBA Blog

Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School Launches Online MBA with Noodle

Career Climbers, MBA Blog / 24th December 2020

Case Western Reserve University is collaborating with Noodle, a leading online higher education network, to launch an Online MBA with a focus in Healthcare Management through the Weatherhead School of Management. The MBA program launches in...

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New Study on the Future of Work & Working Professional Education Examines How Teaching and Learning Must Evolve by 2025

Career Climbers, MBA Blog / 17th November 2020

The Executive MBA Council (EMBAC) has announced the publication of its A New Way of Learning and Working report. The research addresses how business education needs to evolve to keep pace with changing demands...

World’s First Study on Disability Inclusion in MBA Programs Launched

MBA Blog / 9th November 2020

Little is known about the experience and representation of people with disabilities in MBA programs so far, but that’s about to change. Access to Success Organization, Graduate Management Admission Council...

The Executive MBA Council’s Annual Member Program 2020 Survey Results Show an Increase in Distance Learning Programs and Gender Diversity

MBA Blog / 27th October 2020

The Executive MBA Council (EMBAC) has announced the results of its 2020 EMBAC Membership Program Survey, which revealed an increase in distance learning options among executive education programs – with 73.9% of...

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Ashford University Announces New Advisory Council for MBA Program at Forbes School of Business & Technology

MBA Blog / 24th August 2020

The Forbes School of Business & Technology (FSBT) at Ashford University has announced the formation of a new Masters of Business Administration (MBA) advisory committee. The advisory committee, comprised of industry...

Online Learning: The Future of the MBA

MBA Blog / 7th August 2020

Society is adapting to the digital world at lightning speed, recognizing the future of education will evolve from more traditional forms. While online education was present before the coronavirus spread,...

A Changing of the Guard: The Online MBA Comes of Age

MBA Blog / 28th July 2020

Alexandra Skinner talks to Macquarie University’s Lan Snell Q. Until fairly recently, online MBA degrees were considered the poor relation, but attitudes have now changed. What’s precipitated this sea change in thinking? There...

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View From The Board: Macquarie University’s Advisory Board Discuss The Online MBA, Now And In The Future

MBA Blog / 20th July 2020

Macquarie University’s Global MBA Advisory Board talk about why they got involved, how industry views the online MBA in 2020, and why good online MBAs are disrupting the marketplace and, in the process,...

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First Pitch, The Definitive Guide To Pitching For Entrepreneurs

MBA Blog / 26th May 2020

Debi Kleiman, executive director at the Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship at Babson College, has authored First Pitch: Winning Money, Mentors, and More for Your Startup. The book is grounded in...

Classmates From Cornell’s Healthcare MBA Program Mobilize Medical Volunteers to Deliver Free COVID-19 Virtual Care in Vulnerable Communities

MBA Blog / 13th May 2020

Four former classmates from Cornell’s top-ranked healthcare MBA program aim to help mobilize an army of medical volunteers to deliver free COVID-19 virtual screening, monitoring, and education in vulnerable communities around the nation through www.freecovid.clinic. Dr....

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