Harness the new skills of MBA graduates or risk losing them: Most MBA graduates want to progress with their current employer, but many feel confident to go it alone
Andrew Main Wilson introduces AMBA, its role and presence of quality management education in the workplace.
AMBAs Employer Relations Manager, Aarti Bhasin is quoted in HR magazine (UK), where she discusses the value of soft skills.
AMBA Director of Operations, Mark Stoddard gives insight into the value and purpose of an accredited DBA (Doctor of Business Administration).
Speaking at the AMBA's Employers Forum, Peter Cheese, Chief Executive of CIPD highlighted a gulf between business and education that leaves graduates unprepared for the world of work.
Many people equate success and even happiness to their pay packet. Well it's good news for those with an MBA. According to AMBA, MBA graduates earn over £80,000.
Andrew Main Wilson, chief executive of the AMBA, describes how the MBA is the one academic postgraduate qualification "that has never stood still" ever since its inception in the late 19th century.
AMBA's research features in this article discussing the value of the MBA in the Middle East.
The University of Birmingham’s online MBA is the first in the world to receive formal accreditation from AMBA, one of the leading authorities on postgraduate business education.
Ambitious African business schools need foreign support and mentorship to bring their academic standards up to international levels, says Andrew Main Wilson, Chief Executive of the international accreditation body, AMBA.
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