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Unrealistic expectations, irrational behaviour, unworkable demands: Fast Company has collected some advice to help you to manage up successfully and tell the boss when it's too much without sounding lazy or sorry for yourself. 

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The Lisbon MBA starts new Executive MBA programme

The Lisbon MBA – a joint programme between Católica-Lisbon School of Business and Economics and Nova SBE – launched a new Executive MBA programme in partnership with MIT Sloan...

Michigan’s Ross
News | MBA Market

The future of MBA education

Scott DeRue, the dean of University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, claims the old model of business school education is gone. It’s no longer good enough to sequester...

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News | MBA Market

FT’s global MBA ranking 2018 – an analysis

Asian business schools are gaining more and more importance. And ten years after the world financial crisis two-year programmes are getting more attention than ever. These are some...

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News | Leadership + Management

Leadership lessons from war

War is never pleasant, but CEOs could learn a thing or two from Ukrainian military commanders, according to Sophia Opatska, vice rector for academic affairs at the Ukrainian...

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Artificial intelligence and what it means for the workforce

Artificial intelligence – or AI – won’t destroy the job market in the long run and it certainly won’t do so in 2018. That is one of the predictions of PwC's study on the impact of...

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News | Leadership + Management

The fastest way to becoming a CEO

How to become a CEO? Attend elite MBA programmes, land high-powered jobs right out of school at prestigious firms, and climb the ladder straight to the top, carefully avoiding...

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News | Female Careers

Switzerland is the most talent competitive country – again

Switzerland has been crowned the most talent competitive country in the world in this year’s Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI). It trumps due to cognitive diversity....

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News | Application

Artificial intelligence tools give MBA students interview feedback

New artificial intelligence (AI) tools help MBA students prepare for job interviews. The feedback tool unites proprietary analytics with expert analysis to give each student...

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News | MBA Market

What makes a business school attractive to women?

Gender balance in business schools is steadily improving, but we are still not looking at an equal playing ground for women. The Financial Times has analysed the reasons behind...

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Advice on how to get the most out of an MBA programme

What advice do MBA graduates from top business schools have for prospective MBA students? This question was asked on the knowledge platform Quora and even made it into a Forbes...

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News | Leadership + Management

Business school tries to spruce up family businesses

Family-owned businesses often face special challenges. Their team leaders are often related to each other and private issues play into professional ones. One business school offers...

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News | Rankings

Insider knowledge: How MBA degrees rank according to recruiters

MBA rankings can only give a limited picture of the success of business schools and MBA education. Which school is the right one for an individual student varies by the career he...

Lynda Gratton
News | Leadership + Management

Leadership trends to look out for in 2018

No one has a fool-proof crystal ball, but some of London Business School’s finest minds are looking ahead to 2018 and sharing their ideas. Here is what they have to say in regards...

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News | MBA Market

Executive MBA versus MBA

At a certain age and with a certain experience and position, an Executive MBA is an option to develop a career further as is the traditional MBA. The London School of Business &...

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News | International Careers

How will we work in 2030?

Megatrends such as digitization, the rise of automation, and shifting demographics are disrupting the way we work, and the way companies relate to workers.

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News | International Careers

Special report: Sustainability as the future key to success

The Swiss professor Stefan Schaltegger once founded the world’s first MBA in Sustainability Management. 15 years have passed and Schaltegger still laments that sustainability...

Alibaba
News | Career + Application

Alibaba has started to hire MBAs, too

Alibaba is China's Ebay, Alibaba's payment system Alipay its Paypal. Founder Jack Ma brought e-commerce to everyone. When it comes to hiring senior executives, though, his company...

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How to lead change

Studies picking global senior executives' brains on change management say that the success rate of transformational initiatives is not much above 50 per cent. This is worrisome...

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Guidance for CEOs in transition

Exceptional CEOs are 58 per cent more likely to conduct a strategic review and 48 per cent less likely to conduct an organisational redesign. That is the result of consultancy...

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News | Career + Application

Microsoft is hiring big from US business schools

The US-tech company Microsoft is on a recruiting spree from business schools according to the Financial Times. In 2017, Microsoft hired about 30 per cent more MBAs than last year,...

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Executive MBA salaries on the rise

A recent Executive MBA Council survey showed that Executive MBAs are increasingly paying off financially as well as career wise. The survey found increased compensation, new...

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UT advice: International programmes that enhance careers

The University of Texas at Austin has published advice on which international programmes will advance MBA students' career outlook. Amongst them are programmes in Australia,...

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News | MBA Market

Spotlight on the South Korean MBA

South Korea doesn’t sound like the obvious option for MBA students, but business schools see considerable interest from international students with 30 per cent of students coming...

Stanford Graduate Business School
News | MBA Market

Stanford graduates the most satisfied

Graduates from Stanford Graduate School of Business are the happiest after graduation according to a recent Forbes survey. The magazine’s analysis of alumni found that despite...

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Economist ranking: US-schools dominate over European schools

The Economist is well known for rankings that come with a twist. The 2017 full time MBA ranking is no exception, with Northwestern Kellogg being the new winner and 27 schools...

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More women take up EMBA programmes

The Executive MBA Council (EMBAC) reports that almost a third of Executive MBA students are now women, a number which has increased annually over a six-year period. According to...

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News | Female Careers

Language and gender roles

Evidence suggests that word order can reinforce gender beliefs. This matters because language has the power to alter people’s viewpoints – if we choose our words with care. “His...

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News | Work + Life

How to find happiness at work

Upwards of two-thirds of us are either neutral in regards to our jobs, which means we don’t care, or we’re actively disengaged, according to figures from Gallup. Disengagement and...

Bloomsbury
News | Leadership + Management

Why leaders need solitude

CEOs and other leaders do well to get on companionable terms with solitude, according authors Raymond M. Kethledge, a U.S. Court of Appeals judge, and Michael S. Erwin, a...

Kellog HKUST
News | Rankings

FT’s Executive MBA ranking delivers some surprises

The winner was somewhat expected: The joint programme from Kellogg/HKUST has won the top spot for the Financial Times’ Executive MBA ranking for the eighth time. But a new entry...

 

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