BSIS, a decade of Impact

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Today, the talk of the impact of business schools is everywhere, it has become a central issue for each and every school because stakeholders,
and in particular accreditation bodies attach great importance to it.
BSIS is a global approach to the impact of business schools, both from a quantitative and a qualitative perspective, through 7 distinct dimensions.

The book “BSIS, a decade of impact”, shows how business schools have implemented impact measurement.

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