Architecture firm Woods Bagot has launched The Business School – Issues for a New Future, a commentary on the current issues facing business schools in the 21st century and beyond.
Consisting of a series of nine individual papers, Issues for a New Future contains strategies to help the industry develop the next generation of business leaders.
Mark Kelly, global director, Education, Health and Science, Woods Bagot, said: “The higher education industry is facing a web of challenges such as a decline in government funding, weakening student in-takes, aging infrastructure, and increased institutional competitiveness.
“This is combined with the challenges of a new generation of students and the ever-evolving landscape of technology. As innovators for tomorrow, we see this current state of play as a chance to question the norms, investigate trends and explore strategies for change.”
The firm’s educati0n portfolio includes the Qatar Science and Technology Park, University of Technology Sydney, Sydney University’s Business School and Deakin University Building I in Melbourne (pictured).