From Academia to Industry ­— Combating Negative Career Effects

Excerpted from the ACBSP Conference 2017 proceedings. Safe spaces. Trigger warnings. Micro-aggressions. Today’s American student may not be viewed as resilient as their predecessor. According to the article Declining Student Resilience: A Serious Problem for Colleges, by Dr. Peter Gray, declining student resilience is a “serious problem” for today’s universities. What past generation students would call the bumps of everyday life, today’s students call a … Continue reading From Academia to Industry ­— Combating Negative Career Effects

The Practical Side of Standard One

STANDARD #1.  Leadership Administrators and the faculty must personally lead and be involved in creating and sustaining values, business program directions, performance expectations, student focus, and a leadership system that promotes performance excellence.  These values and expectations must be integrated into the business program’s leadership system; and the business programs must continuously learn, improve, and address societal responsibilities and community involvement. When one reads the … Continue reading The Practical Side of Standard One