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The ROI of an MBA (Infographic)

What is a business graduate degree really worth? One way to find out is to ask the graduates themselves.

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75% of MBA graduates say they could not have obtained their current job without their graduate education.

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Keeping the business in the family

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Demand for management education in the Middle East has surged as enterprises grapple with reorganisation challenges and issues of succession
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Place lessons on sustainability across the curriculum - Financial Times

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Place lessons on sustainability across the curriculum Financial Times Equis, for example, the accrediting arm of the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), has transformed its accreditation standard to place sustainability and...
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The Upcoming People Crunch - China Car Times

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We're now seeing people apply the same disciplines in this market that they apply in North America or Europe. People are trying to figure out how to do more with less.
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The rise of online education

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OPINION | Authors Christensen and Horn outline the future classroom.

 

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For the first time in roughly a century—since the transition from the one-room schoolhouse to the classroom- and age-based school—a dramatic change in the basic way we structure our educational system is afoot. Online learning is on the rise in the nation’s public schools. In the year 2000, roughly 45,000 K-12 students took an online course. In 2010, roughly 4 million did, according to Ambient Insight. And, according to our projections, 50 percent of all high school courses will be taken online by 2019—the vast majority of them in blended-learning school environments with teachers, which will fundamentally move learning beyond the four walls and traditional arrangement of today’s all-too-familiar classroom.

 

As a disruptive innovation—an innovation that transforms a sector from one that was previously complicated and expensive into one that is far simpler and more affordable—the rise of online learning carries with it an unprecedented opportunity to transform the schooling system into a student-centric one that can affordably customize for different student needs by allowing all students to learn at their appropriate pace and path, thereby allowing each student to realize her fullest potential.

 

 

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Panorama des médias sociaux : le cru Cavazza 2013 est arrivé !

Panorama des médias sociaux : le cru Cavazza 2013 est arrivé ! | MBA in Europe | Scoop.it

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Comme chaque année depuis 2008, Fred Cavazza vient de publier son Panorama des médias sociaux, qui reprend de manière très synthétique les grandes tendances de l'année, et livre sous forme d'illustrations une catégorisation des médias sociaux qui fait aujourd'hui référence.

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The rise of online education

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OPINION | Authors Christensen and Horn outline the future classroom.

 

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For the first time in roughly a century—since the transition from the one-room schoolhouse to the classroom- and age-based school—a dramatic change in the basic way we structure our educational system is afoot. Online learning is on the rise in the nation’s public schools. In the year 2000, roughly 45,000 K-12 students took an online course. In 2010, roughly 4 million did, according to Ambient Insight. And, according to our projections, 50 percent of all high school courses will be taken online by 2019—the vast majority of them in blended-learning school environments with teachers, which will fundamentally move learning beyond the four walls and traditional arrangement of today’s all-too-familiar classroom.

 

As a disruptive innovation—an innovation that transforms a sector from one that was previously complicated and expensive into one that is far simpler and more affordable—the rise of online learning carries with it an unprecedented opportunity to transform the schooling system into a student-centric one that can affordably customize for different student needs by allowing all students to learn at their appropriate pace and path, thereby allowing each student to realize her fullest potential.

 

 

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La curation, pour éviter la noyade | Thot Cursus

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Qu'ils soient ou non producteurs de ressources, les curateurs sont chaque jour plus indispensables. La production de données va toujours croissant, au-delà même de ce que peut concevoir l'esprit humain.
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The New Résumé: It's 140 Characters

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Twitter is becoming the new job board, and it is also becoming the new résumé. Some recruiters are turning to the social network to post jobs, while job seekers are trying to summarize their CVs in 140 characters or six-second videos.

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MBAs must focus on urban explosion

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In the next 35 years, 2bn rural people will move to cities. MBAs should look at business opportunities from urbanisation in developing countries
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Mooc tracker

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View free online courses on CSR, entrepreneurship, gamification, how to read your boss, marketing, microeconomics, stats, start-ups and sustainability
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Gaming Wharton's Course Scheduling System Just Got Tougher

Gaming Wharton's Course Scheduling System Just Got Tougher | MBA in Europe | Scoop.it
The old system was easy to arbitrage; the new system's algorithm involves no points, no multiple rounds, no bidding
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The Management Theory That Explains Why 70% of Workers Are 'Disengaged' - Forbes

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The Management Theory That Explains Why 70% of Workers Are 'Disengaged' Forbes ... and the monarchs of Europe; and the paradigm shift of theories about a customer-centered (vs.
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Come the Revolution

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Through ventures like Coursera, world-class learning is coming at bargain-basement prices.

 

Welcome to the college education revolution. Big breakthroughs happen when what is suddenly possible meets what is desperately necessary. The costs of getting a college degree have been rising faster than those of health care, so the need to provide low-cost, quality higher education is more acute than ever. At the same time, in a knowledge economy, getting a higher-education degree is more vital than ever. And thanks to the spread of high-speed wireless technology, high-speed Internet, smartphones, Facebook, the cloud and tablet computers, the world has gone from connected to hyperconnected in just seven years. Finally, a generation that has grown up on these technologies is increasingly comfortable learning and interacting with professors through online platforms.

 

Private companies, like Phoenix, have been offering online degrees for a fee for years. And schools like M.I.T. and Stanford have been offering lectures for free online. Coursera is the next step: building an interactive platform that will allow the best schools in the world to not only offer a wide range of free course lectures online, but also a system of testing, grading, student-to-student help and awarding certificates of completion of a course for under $100. (Sounds like a good deal. Tuition at the real-life Stanford is over $40,000 a year.) Coursera is starting with 40 courses online — from computing to the humanities — offered by professors from Stanford, Princeton, Michigan and the University of Pennsylvania.

 

“The universities produce and own the content, and we are the platform that hosts and streams it,” explained Daphne Koller, a Stanford computer science professor who founded Coursera with Ng after seeing tens of thousands of students following their free Stanford lectures online. “We will also be working with employers to connect students — only with their consent — with job opportunities that are appropriate to their newly acquired skills. So, for instance, a biomedical company looking for someone with programming and computational biology skills might ask us for students who did well in our courses on cloud computing and genomics. It is great for employers and employees — and it enables someone with a less traditional education to get the credentials to open up these opportunities.”

 

M.I.T., Harvard and private companies, like Udacity, are creating similar platforms. In five years this will be a huge industry.

 

While the lectures are in English, students have been forming study groups in their own countries to help one another. The biggest enrollments are from the United States, Britain, Russia, India and Brazil. “One Iranian student e-mailed to say he found a way to download the class videos and was burning them onto CDs and circulating them,” Ng said last Thursday. “We just broke a million enrollments.”

 

To make learning easier, Coursera chops up its lectures into short segments and offers online quizzes, which can be auto-graded, to cover each new idea. It operates on the honor system but is building tools to reduce cheating.

 

These top-quality learning platforms could enable budget-strained community colleges in America to “flip” their classrooms. That is, download the world’s best lecturers on any subject and let their own professors concentrate on working face-to-face with students. Says Koller: “It will allow people who lack access to world-class learning — because of financial, geographic or time constraints — to have an opportunity to make a better life for themselves and their families.”

 

When you consider how many problems around the world are attributable to the lack of education, that is very good news. Let the revolution begin.

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The perks of an MBA in Europe - The Independent

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The variety of courses and approaches offered by European schools means that students may be able to find exactly the course and institution to suit their needs.
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Difference entre la curation et la veille...

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Difference entre la curation et la veille d’information “Aujourd’hui le métier de veilleur s’est démocratisé pour devenir un usage grand public permettant de diffuser de l’information déjà triée,...

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6 tutoriels vidéo pour bien paramétrer Pinterest

6 tutoriels vidéo pour bien paramétrer Pinterest | MBA in Europe | Scoop.it

Pinterest est un réseau social qui vous permet de partager des images et des vidéos. Il attire de nombreux visiteurs et vous pouvez pousser les options du service à son maximum. Afin de vous aider, j’ai répertorié 6 tutoriels vidéo pour bien paramétrer Pinterest…


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Laurence Galambert's curator insight, December 14, 2012 1:30 PM

Pinterest est un outil interessant en particulier si vous êtes sur des produits ou services très visuels!

Eusane Jean-Louis's curator insight, December 16, 2012 3:38 AM

Quelques guides pour bien démarrer sur Pinterest.