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Case author relationships under the microscope

Times Higher Education (1-7 June) investigated persistent claims from PhD students of ill treatment at the hands of their supervisors.

The feature reports claims of sexism, institutionalised bullying through an imbalanced relationship between supervisor and those being supervised, and PhD students being seen widely as a cheap workforce. 234 more words

Case Method

The Pop-Up Disrupting The Business School Market

The PopUp Business School

Dropping in and popping up: a session of the PopUp Business School

Teaching that business plans don’t work and that loans are evil, Alan Donegan and Simon Paine are unlikely to worry Harvard Business School or Insead any time soon. 461 more words

Why Kenyan MBA

Well I am Kenyan. Female. 34. And I have always wanted an international MBA. From a top 10 business school since I was

Yup young, naive and innocent. 20 more words

Business Schools

The Role of Business Schools in an Increasingly Urban, Populist World

Much has been made of the disconnect between rural voters supporting right-wing populist candidates and city folks who vote overwhelmingly more liberal. In the United States, Trump supporters are those who have been left behind by globalization and digitization. 708 more words

U.S. Business Schools Failing on Climate Change

Coca-Cola and Nestlé have recently closed facilities, and Starbucks is bracing for a global shortage of coffee – all due to effects from climate change. Climate change impacts every resource used by businesses: from… 1,062 more words

It's all in the theory

I’ve had the pleasure this week of being able to discuss the history and early development of the case method with Todd Bridgman.

Todd is currently on sabbatical in the UK and was visiting us in connection with his feature on thinking differently about case teaching and the future of business schools, which appears in the… 353 more words

Case Method

Research: Bringing Educational Diversity into Business Schools

Does studying economics make people more selfish? And if so, what role do business schools have to play in shaping the values of our future leaders? 1,407 more words

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