Tag Archives: Financial Times

Wanted: B-School Deans

A dearth of interested candidates, the potential pay cut and faculty management problems akin to herding cats are just a few of the challenges Financial Times’ Della Bradshaw points to for business schools looking to …

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Foundations Need MBAs

Forget about business being the root of all evil. Today, more and more non-profit organizations are realizing that good stewardship requires someone at the helm with business savvy. An article published yesterday in the Financial …

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FT Ranks LBS #1 B-School…Again

London Business School‘s full-time MBA program shared the top spot for best B-school in the world in 2009. But this year, LBS nudged out the Wharton School to claim sole possession of the coveted highest …

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Learning From the Financial Crisis

Earlier this week, the Financial Times reported that B-school programs everywhere are making curriculum adjustments–from tweaking their course content to introducing new classes and seminars and even new degrees–in an effort to convey the lessons …

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FT Announces 2009 European Rankings

The close of 2009 brings another round of rankings as the Financial Times takes stock of European business schools. The situation across the pond has had its ups and downs over the past year, with …

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Can Ethics Be Taught? A Panel Weighs In

After a year of global economic turmoil, the question of whether ethics can be taught is still being pondered across the international business school community. This week, Financial Times debates the question: are ethics a …

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