Fans of the concept believe middle-aged women returning after a break make particularly good employees, because they bring a fresh perspective and reflect more diverse clients and customers

Women head back to work with ‘returnships’

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'Just as there is [the concept of] the American dream, this is the Chinese dream'

Robert Xu of Kingdee shows China’s move up the tech value chain

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The MBA industry has already penetrated sectors from horseracing to football. Space is its next frontier

MBAs in space: rocket science absorbs business school thinking

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'Reframe the problem and learn to be resilient'

An education in leadership from post-revolution Tunisia

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'British companies should be helping their EU employees complete their arduous forms to remain in the UK' - Michael Skapinker, FT columnist

Workplaces can be islands of tolerance in unpleasant times

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'The robocup, as I call it, works in place of human coffee makers and servers. It strikes at the heart of one of San Francisco’s prime directives: that we all must queue at artisanal coffee shops' - Tim Bradshaw, FT columnist

I, robot am serving your coffee

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Why does a Michelin-starred chef choose to work in a private household? Watch the second episode of our video series to find out

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While all can look rosy in your own filter bubble, it may be harder to make out how your message is received by the audience on the outside

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What Beyoncé and J-Lo’s Grammy speeches teach communicators

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“The world is increasingly obsessed with the power of narrow, specialist expertise,” argues Lovegrove

Review — ‘The Mosaic Principle’

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What does it feel like to work in domestic service? We went behind the scenes to discover how private staff define their roles

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'Incorrect words and poor punctuation litter the final product' - Richard Waters, FT columnist

My everyday gripes with Google and Amazon voice assistants

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Attention to detail includes running a CCTV recording of the kidnapping

How a hostage situation can hone management skills

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'The workload for the course was heavy and the first semester was very intense' - Joy Asfar, Iese student

How an MBA made a student reboot her artistic plans

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'It promises to boldly go where no gadget has gone before' - Jonathan Margolis, FT columnist

Language tool that can make you a citizen of the world

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'This ban has robbed me of the experience I came here to have' - MBA student

International US business school students fear a travel ban

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“My friends at Ford say ‘You’ve gone mad, it must be harder to make 2,000 cars a day than 20,” he says. “I promise you it isn’t.”

Mike Flewitt, McLaren Automotive, on revving up production

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Business schools are embracing the mantra of “doing well by doing good”

MBA students help Ethiopia tackle the impact of urbanisation

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'Instagram Stories lacks some of the most fun Snapchat features. For example, new lenses released every day allow you to play with selfies' - Hannah Kuchler, FT correspondent

Review — Instagram Stories v Snapchat

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'What my mentor offers is twofold. Jeremy has helped me navigate London, its culture and working world' - Zach Satlin, Chicago Booth graduate

Why business school mentoring can work both ways

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Data suggest part-time working, including job shares, is increasingly acceptable for managers

How to be a part-time high flyer

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