15 Oct 19 - 15 Oct 19
Event venue: Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University
One of our teams of 2018 Chartered ABS Scholars shares an update on their insightful - and playful - work to promote EDI.
Dr Liz Warren and Dr Dawn Reilly share a cutting-edge method for addressing the attainment gap.
The deadline for this opportunity is Monday 12 August
2019 nominations for Chartered ABS Fellows are now open.
Anne Kiem, Chief Executive of the Chartered ABS and Executive Director of the Small Business Charter, has been awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours for services to small…
Professor Sally Everett presents the powerful calls to action from our latest Diversity Workshop
Our members discuss the benefits of sharing the impact of their research with wider society.
The University of Bristol’s new School of Management has become the first UK business school to declare a climate emergency.
We are looking for applications to join our latest taskforce.
We break down the latest HESA data on Business and Management Research Funding
Student enrolment in business courses continues to grow, but is still below its peak in 2011/12. There are, however, several positive trends.
Our latest report, “The Path to Becoming a Vice-Chancellor”, offers advice for business school deans aspiring to Vice-Chancellorship
Kent Business School has become the latest business school to be awarded the Small Business Charter. This national accolade is in recognition of the business school’s expanding…
Chartered ABS member school ESCP Europe are honoured at the 2018 Times Higher awards.
It is our pleasure to announce Professor Julia Clarke as the new Chair of the Chartered ABS, as well new appointments to other positions and the Chartered ABS Council.
A showcase of the incredible work of UK business schools.
Business schools are building partnerships across Europe and globally as access to EU research funding and academic staff decreases.
Our analysis of the variety of structures, strategies and business models adopted by UK business schools.
Business schools need to raise awareness about what they do, how they add value and how they could do more to help deal with the UK’s current challenges.
Business Productivity Review: Chartered ABS responds The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has asked for evidence on the firm-level interventions that…
If we looked for visible signs of commitment to diversity in the content of business and management school degrees on your website, would it be easily found?
UK funding for business and management research in decline whilst funding from EU sources increase
Read the results of the 2017 survey of business schools
We are delighted to publish Pathways to Success – our analysis of the variety of structures, strategies and business models adopted by UK business schools. The survey data,…
Homogenisation vs. Innovation in employability A range of graduate employability interventions exist across the UK Higher Education (HE) sector, involving experiential learning,…
Nominations are sought from Chartered ABS voting representatives who are interested in serving as members of the Council, and therefore trustees of the Chartered charity, for a…
It has been an eventful summer in terms of HE policy, as well as the sometimes very personal attacks launched by Lord Adonis. It is difficult to choose which will have the most…
A number of new appointments have been made in business school leadership positions towards the end of the last academic year, and as we enter the new year. We are aware of the…
Employability of business undergraduates is above the average for university graduates and a business degree comes with a higher than average earning potential for a graduate…
Mark CusIter provides some key themes as a reminder on how business schools can thrive in the increasingly complex, turbulent and competitive environment that they operate.
Our latest analysis of research income for Business & Management research.
University leaders should be reading between the lines to realise the wider potential of the Strategy
Martin Binks argues that business schools have a duty to train would-be leaders not to act in haste – to appreciate that, though it can be useful and is frequently hailed as a…
Annette Cast joins UEL's Royal Docks School of Business and Law in April as the new Dean.
Professor Zahir Irani explains why he thinks alumni and lifelong learning should be the crux of this new world and why it’s time to recognise the long-term value of alumni and…
Professor George Yip, talking from personal experience, shares his insights on strategy for change which emphasises action and political support rather than seeking consensus.
Chartered ABS response to the Autumn Statement
Insights into the trends and challenges within the UK business school sector
Can business schools truly be distinctive?
What intellectual role can business schools play in making degree apprenticeships work for students, employers and the country?
Dr Alison Pearce on the rise of the strategic entrepreneur.
Martin Binks reflects on the importance of experience as a focus in the business curriculum.
A guest blog from Paul Gentle, the Leadership Foundation...
The Chartered Association of Business Schools is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Simon Collinson as its new Chair.
In an ever-changing and global marketplace, it could be argued that the role of business schools is no longer to train graduates for specific roles.
Dr Spinder Dhaliwal gives details of her experience with the Deans and Directors’ Programme (3DP).
Ian Hamley of Birmingham Business School provides a glance into the week of an Operations Manager.
Anne Kiem provides some insights into our sessions at the 2015 party conferences and future activities from the organisation.
Dean Christoph Loch of Cambridge Judge Business School on the School’s 25th anniversary.
Dr Spinder Dhaliwal looks into the benefits of NED roles and why women should take advantage of such positions.
The Chartered Association of Business Schools (Chartered ABS) and AACSB International (AACSB) are delighted to announce that the first participants have successfully completed the…
What are the best methods to support business to business school collaboration? David Williamson provides his views.
Dr Cathy Garner provides detailed insights into the best ways to utilise business school-to-business (BS2B) collaborations.
We take a look at the latest dean appointments across the sector.
Cultural Change writers Professor James McCalman and Dr David Potter discuss the importance of organizational culture in enhancing competitive advantage, its impact on managers and…
We are delighted to announce that we have received our Royal Charter.
We are delighted to once again co-host the Annual Joint Reception of International Business School Associations at ICAM, which takes place in Tampa, Florida this year. The…
We are delighted to announce that the Association of Business Schools’ Annual Conference will take place on 9-10 November 2015, in Manchester. We have secured our first keynote…
Prof. Robert MacIntosh et al provide an analysis on leadership in a low-authority environment.
Prof. Kimmo Alajoutsijärvi and Dr Kerttu Kettunen provide an international perspective as part of our Leadership compilation series.
Professor Sandy Pepper discusses the leadership styles in business schools and professional services firms.
Prof. Sharon Mavin and Dr Ceridwyn Bessant of Newcastle Business School write on leadership capability of first-line-manager-academics.
Prof. Nick Oliver et al discuss leadership in a complex, multi-stakeholder environment.
Our Chief Executive gives her insight into her first month at the association.
Overview One of the frequently stated missions of business schools is to produce future leaders who make a difference in the world. Curiously, there are few studies of business…
Prof. Ken Starkey and Dr Christophe Lejeune give their view.
Our Deputy CEO provides some analysis of the current challenges to senior leadership at business schools.
Dr Alex Wilson et al’s 10 year outlook on management education.
3 Dec 19 - 3 Dec 19
Event venue: University of Liverpool in London
This workshop will help inspire women by giving them the confidence and useful practical techniques to progress their career ambitions in business schools.
30 Jan 20 - 16 Sep 20
Event venue: London and other UK locations
Overview 3DP supports those preparing for, or aspiring to, the role of Dean or Head of the Business School. The programme offers the ideal environment to both deepen and broaden…
The changing shape of business education provision analyses a range of new and alternative business education providers, and explores how a range of external influences may disrupt…
Designed to help Deans and Heads of Schools develop business models to support their business schools to operate and grow.
Assessing key sector priorities for the year ahead
This white paper will be valuable for business schools looking to build and grow their executive education provision.
UK funding for business and management research in decline whilst funding from EU sources increase
Our analysis of business schools across the UK.
Chartered Association of Business Schools
Our annual report on research income for UK Business & Management
This report provides insights into the motivations, expectations, and challenges of university-based business school deans.
This series of thought pieces observes the challenges and trends of leadership in business schools through contributions generated from our second annual ‘business school…
This joint report with the Chartered Management Institute and Quality Assurance Agency highlights the gap in the collaboration between employers and business schools. It suggests…
This report identifies opportunities for practical action to increase the impact of British business schools on innovation and growth in the United Kingdom economy. It provides…
This publication, which emerged from the 2013 ABS Policy Network meetings discusses current business and management education policy matters besides latest government opinion on…
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