Archive: Education leadership
We have one woman running Congress, another heading the State Department, and three serving as justices of the Supreme Court. Why would any bright 18 year-old want to cloister herself in a single-sex college? And why would her parents allow, much less encourage, her to do so?
By Ian Saleh | September 7, 2010; 10:45 AM ET | Comments (4)
You can't open a newspaper, read a magazine, turn on the TV, or visit many websites these days without encountering a new story on the importance of business ethics, and the responsibility business schools have for instilling ethics in their students. As a business school dean, I'm highly attuned to these stories, and 100 percent in agreement that the time has come, has long passed, actually, for a sea of change in the way we approach business education in the United States and around the world.
By Ian Saleh | August 26, 2010; 11:46 AM ET | Comments (1)
The traditional business model for college education is crumbling. Are higher-education leaders ready for what comes next?
By Ian Saleh | June 8, 2010; 06:00 AM ET | Comments (30)
In the two incredible years I spent teaching in Baltimore as a Teach-for-America corps member, I learned that when it comes to our biggest leadership challenges, courage and enthusiasm are not only helpful but essential.
By Andrea Useem | October 28, 2009; 06:00 AM ET | Comments (13)