September 1, 2023

Adapting MBA Programs: Navigating Disruption and Demands

According to a recent AACSB article, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought significant disruption to MBA programs globally, leading to declining enrollments, altered travel plans for international students, and a growing preference for flexible MBA and..

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November 23, 2021

MIT Toolkits for Returning to Work and Remote Work in 2022

As we entered the pandemic – with lockdowns that emptied office buildings and disrupted teams — it quickly became clear that figuring out how to create inclusive hybrid teams would be crucial. But as we..

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September 30, 2021

Harvard MBA Students Temporarily Move Online

In an attempt to suppress the outbreak of COVID-19 on campus, Harvard Business School has moved all first-year and some second-year MBA students to online classes through October 3rd. From September 20th-25th HBS conducted nearly..

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August 16, 2021

Stanford’s COVID-19 Precautions

Stanford University is taking action to have a safe and successful autumn quarter. In compliance with public safety standards and with advice of medical experts, Stanford has developed their health and safety requirements to minimize..

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April 7, 2021

A Stronger MBA Post Pandemic?

Leading business schools are driving an effort to ensure that the MBA emerges from Covid-19 stronger and more relevant than ever. In their pandemic pivot, business schools have experimented with new tools and teaching methods..

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March 27, 2020

‘Beyond Darkness, There Is Light’: Consultants Weigh In On COVID-19

  Paul Bodine of Admitify weighs in on COVID-19 on Poets & Quants.

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