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A Crucial Step in Academic Leadership Development
It is a striking paradox that while business schools provide leadership development opportunities for the students and executives they educate, they rarely offer such training to those pursuing leadership roles within the school. Over recent years, I have had many conversations with faculty members in leadership roles such as department chair, associate dean, or assistant dean—and their stories are remarkably similar.
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Trust Issues
While the 2014 International Conference and Annual Meeting (ICAM) has successfully concluded, the messages exchanged during the event are sure to still be in the minds of the nearly 1100 higher education, business school, and industry leaders who came together in Singapore. The atmosphere seemed different at this year's event compared to other recent meetings.
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Looking at Faculty Qualifications: Full-Time Faculty with Doctoral Degrees
How common is it for a full-time faculty member at a business school to not have a doctoral degree? Which disciplines have the highest proportion of faculty without doctoral degrees? Are there disciplines where a doctoral degree isn't really relevant? How can I find enough qualified candidates to support the programs at my school?
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Top 7 Reasons to Visit the New AACSB.edu
Thanks to visitor feedback about the AACSB.edu experience, AACSB is proud to unveil a new website full of enhanced capabilities that offer functional solutions. These improvements not only make your experience more pleasant, but now, it's easier to find the content you need.
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AACSB would like to thank the co-hosts, sponsors, and exhibitors for their support of, and participation in, ICAM 2014.


eNEWSLINE Live to Discuss Critical Leadership Factors and AACSB's Search for its Next CEO

May 19, 2014—Available in Multiple Time Zones
In this episode of ENL, Jan Williams, dean emeritus of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville College of Business and Administration, chair of the AACSB CEO Selection Committee, and past AACSB Board of Director's chair will be joining John Fernandes to discuss his views on effectively leading today's business school, as well as the attributes that AACSB's worldwide membership are asking for in their new CEO. Dean Williams will discuss AACSB's strategic direction and the CEO selection process that has been designed to produce the right candidates for this important leadership role.
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Latest BizEd Articles

> Emerging Opportunities
In the world's emerging markets, demand for business education far exceeds supply. To produce the managers these regions need to prosper, business schools in developed and developing economies must work together to train faculty, build infrastructure, and design quality programs.

> The Long-Term Partnership
Washington University in St. Louis and Fudan University in Shanghai launched an EMBA program 12 years ago—and despite the enormous changes in China's economy since then, it's still flourishing today.

Latest Blog Articles

> Our Reach
Data and Research
The 2014 International Conference and Annual Meeting (ICAM) convened last month in Singapore, and represented AACSB International's first foray into hosting our flagship annual conference in Asia.

> The Numbers Game
Data and Research
One topic that seems to have attracted the most research and analysis is gender, and specifically the growth, or lack thereof, in female students enrolled across all academic levels in the business school community.


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