De Novellis has been covering the management education space for years. In addition to writing for Cheung Kong Graduate School of Management, QS Quacquarelli Symonds, and AACBS International, he started work for BusinessBecause in the fall of 2015 as an assistant editor and content community manager. Just a few months later, he began reporting on b-schools and general business content as a journalist and business schools editor. He was quickly promoted to editor, becoming responsible for all of the news content on the site and managing a team of journalists—all while still producing content himself.
Each year it seems more and more rankings appear while methodologies change and some schools struggle to keep up with ever-evolving criteria. Richmond and De Novellis sift through the nature and impact of rankings—including some scandalous ones. Other topics include:
- A run down of some of the more prominent rankings
- The kind of work required of business schools to take part in these rankings
- If there should be a limit to the number of rankings
- How prospective students could dig deeper than just the rankings
- The future of rankings
Start listening for the rundown from these experts.
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