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Reshaping business school with "management as a calling"
University of Michigan Professor Andrew Hoffman wants students "to both lead successful organizations and make society better."
This grad course teaches MBA students how to handle conflict at work
Role-playing is key in training to fix interpersonal problems on the job. "It's not about being right or wrong, it's being effective," a facilitator says.
Business schools raise alarm about H-1B visas
There are fewer international students, a letter to Congress and the Trump administration says, and that could have long-term economic implications.
An unlikely consequence of Trump's immigration policies? Declining enrollment at U.S. business schools
International students are increasingly looking to business schools outside the U.S.
What business schools teach about shareholder value
More schools are telling students that profits aren't the only consideration.
Harvard's business women push
Harvard Business School is trying to attract the underrepresented group.
Business school students learn leadership from Battle of Gettysburg
This year is the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. Aside from its historical importance, turns out there are enduring business leadership lessons to be learned.
M.B.A. programs gear up for green
Major companies increasingly want M.B.A.s to help them make financial, environmental and social gains.
U. Penn Wharton School excels in Silicon Valley
It's been 10 years since the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School opened a satellite campus in San Francisco. To mark the occasion, the business school has moved to a bigger -- and shinier -- facility.