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Betsy Ziegler on the Demand for Higher Education

Kellogg School of Management’s Chief Innovation Officer, Betsy Ziegler, spoke at the 2015 AACSB Accreditation Conference in a plenary titled Innovation and Collaboration: The Future of Business Education. The demand for education broadly has never been higher, and business education continues to dominate the student choice, she says. Betsy was joined by Poets & Quants editor John Byrne for this talk.

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Kellogg School of Management’s Chief Innovation Officer, Betsy Ziegler, spoke at the 2015 AACSB Accreditation Conference in a plenary titled Innovation and Collaboration: The Future of Business Education. The demand for education broadly has never been higher, and business education continues to dominate the student choice, she says. Betsy was joined by Poets & Quants editor John Byrne for this talk.

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