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Teaching Philosophy Through Online Gaming

Technological gamification, the use of game thinking in non-game contexts, can increase motivation and collaboration, when used in educational practices. Although, primarily used to raise the extrinsic...

Why Business Education needs to stop teaching the Law of the Jungle

Business education is in trouble. The aim of business, it says, is to survive at the expense of others in a jungle. Yet businesses are embedded in a wider ecosystem, let’s call it a rainforest. How can we change the lenses through which we understand our environment?

‘The Right Decision’ is an Illusion

Decision making is not about being able to arrive at the right decision. It is about being able to endure the uncertainty and ambiguity of today’s business environment. A new approach to case-based teaching tries to teach students just that.

The New Contender in the Game of Rankings

Business school rankings play a major role in the higher education environment. The fight for the top spots has increased over the past decade and it now resembles the struggles of a boxing match. But how can integrative management education as the new contender join the game of rankings?

Why Future Business Leaders need Philosophy

When addressing the challenges put forth by an increasingly complex business environment, looking to traditional business models will not suffice. What is needed is an increased focus on critical reasoning to challenge our basic assumptions of business models and practices.

Why Knowledge is Not Democratic

Knowledge is not democratic, it is a regime. That is the clear message from Professor Vincent Hendricks. But do not be discouraged, through hard work and diligence everyone can achieve enlightenment and insight.