Celebrating Pepperdine Graziadio Business School’s 50th Anniversary, this issue includes PGBS faculty articles and perspectives and featured guest author and professor Edward D. Hess.
The Digital Age has the potential to be as disruptive and transformative for us as the Industrial Revolution was for our ancestors; that disruption could threaten our capitalist system and our democracy.
This gender gap matters because the pipeline to the top boardrooms, where women are under-represented, begins in business schools where men are over-represented.
Many working managers are interested in a flexible curriculum that focuses on results and are turning to web-based learning systems like knowledgesourcing.
This issue includes a variety of articles written by knowledgeable authors that we believe you will find informative, insightful, and engaging. Here are highlights.
Imagine a management education learning environment where the student is fully engaged and where the instructor serves as a Play-by-Play-Man!
Analytics can, through the use of various Big Data-driven computer models, significantly enhance the decision-making process and, thus, hopefully performance.
Crowdsourcing is one approach for meeting the challenges of the changing needs of the business community and the programs offered by the business management community.
Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) in management education are growing rapidly in response to exorbitant tuitions, tightening budgets, limited class availability, and globalization.
These articles informative as well as a challenge to take a deeper look at your business life, your work life, and as it applies, to your academic life.
The growing use of social media in higher education, in general, and management education, in particular, will forever change the traditional learning landscape.
Today business schools are under growing pressure to engage in significant reforms due to globalization, rising tuitions, and unprecedented economic uncertainty.