Business School leaders research: outward-looking strategies in management education

The Business School leaders research series is a synthesis of the views and experiences of decision makers on pertinent issues in management education.

This report is the second in a three-part series, which covers the views of 348 leaders within Business Schools,  looks into key themes affecting Business Schools.

Part two of the report explores the strategies that Business School leaders are employing within the management education landscape, assessing their perceptions regarding the future operational direction of Business Schools. It investigates key themes affecting Business Schools and helps to forecast how the next decade may look for business education.

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