Business Leadership Review

For almost ten years, Business Leadership Review has been the forum for leadership development and postgraduate management education. This quarterly journal is a resource designed to bridge the gap between leaders, managers, academics and those at the forefront of management education. It provides a range of insights from the academic and practitioner communities. 

First published in 2004, BLR is produced by the Evidence + Ideas Lab, the Association of MBAs’ think tank and data bank. The BLR features articles written by prominent academics, management practitioners, students and employers from around the world, and has a subscriber base of over 4,000. 

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Business Leadership Review 4.3

Amongst the articles featured in this edition of BLR there is a broad theme of coping with uncertainty and complexity. As a forum for debating key issues and ideas, interaction from the readers of Business Leadership Review is of utmost importance; contributions on all articles that appear in BLR are always encouraged.

Business Leadership Review 4.2

Welcome to Issue 4:2 of Business Leadership Review. In the previous issue, we announced the formation of our Editorial Board, who will be responsible for driving the future strategy of the publication, as well as overseeing the quality of submissions to ensure that they are highly relevant to management practitioners, business schools, and students.

Business Leadership Review 4.1

Welcome to Issue 4:1 of Business Leadership Review, the online forum for leadership and best practice in postgraduate management education. BLR begins 2007 with a number of exciting new developments designed to improve the quality and relevance of this expanding publication. As it enters its fourth year, BLR will continue to grow as an important resource for information, debate, and interactive learning - based around new research, opinions, and comments from academics and management practitioners.

Business Leadership Review 3.4

Welcome to Issue 3:4 of Business Leadership Review, the Association’s online forum for leadership and best practice in postgraduate management education. This is the final issue of 2006, and looks at a number of areas that impact on management as well as management education.

Business Leadership Review 3.3

Welcome to Issue 3:3 of Business Leadership Review, the Association’s online forum for leadership and best practice in postgraduate management education. The scope of the articles in this issue really reflect the aims and the scope of BLR, setting the stage by which the community can debate issues surrounding the development of management education, and the ways in which education can have a positive and demonstrative impact on management practice.

Business Leadership Review 3.2

Welcome to the April 2006 edition of Business Leadership Review. BLR is the forum for best practice in leadership and postgraduate management education. As such, the remit of BLR is quite large, dealing with any issues that impact on best practice in management. Although management education is the focus of BLR, it is important that management education maintains a dynamic relationship with business: research must always aim to have a positive impact on management practices, and education and educators must remain aware of trends and new ideas developed in practice.