May 24, 2022

Financial Times 2022 Executive Education Rankings Just Released

The Financial Times (FT) published the 2022 Executive Education rankings on May 22nd.  The annual rankings evaluate both open-enrollment executive programs as well as custom courses for executive clients.    In the #1 spot was..

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April 1, 2022

The Business Case for Artificial Intelligence

Business school programs have been accelerating the push to harness the power of artificial intelligence (AI) tools and technologies.  Executive education programs especially have been introducing new shorter-term programs that focus specifically on AI.  HBS,..

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March 23, 2022

Spotlight on Executive MBA Rankings and Program Developments

CEOWORLD magazine, whose content targets CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, senior management executives and business leaders, recently released its rankings for the ‘Best Business Schools in the World’ for executive education.   London Business School took the..

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March 10, 2022

MBA Now or EMBA Later?

Our Admitify founder, Paul Bodine, was recently featured in Poets & Quants and provided perspective on the decision between pursuing an MBA now or an EMBA down the road.  To elaborate on Paul’s comments for..

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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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December 9, 2019

Celebrities Seek Her Advice. M.B.A.s, Executives Line Up for Her Harvard Class

Professor Anita Elberse had been teaching an elective on the business of entertainment, media, and sports at Harvard Business School and getting a lot of requests from entertainment executives to sit in. She decided to..

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