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Churchill at one point of WWII spoke, “Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning”. At the risk of trivializing the calamity of WWII or covid, I would like to suggest we are at a new crossroads in higher education. While the covid years will surely be a bookmark of time for many, many years I think we can all feel the change in the air.
Many institutions are under great financial pressures as the headwinds of declining enrollment and ever increasing demands to be both unique and current challenge us all. But then, has this not always been our world – a problem is an opportunity – a failure is a discovery of what does not work – and time and again we persevere and prevail.
In this issue you find absolutely zero decline in the quality, depth and breadth of our colleagues’ work. The Transnational Journal of Business continues to offer the very best of the best in terms of scholarship and originality.
I am as proud as ever and grateful to our authors, reviewers and the staff of ACBSP. I hope you enjoy the issue and I look forward to the upcoming year.
Rock the Doc: How I Used My Role as Professor to Become a Better Mentor
Designing Assessment and Measuring Longitudinal Student Performance in the Management Program
Stakeholders’ program outcomes evaluation before and during the pandemic
Supporting Student Success in Asynchronous Online Courses: Comparing data before and after the emergency stages of the COVID-19 pandemic
Implications of Hybrid Courses on Perceived Learning of Undergraduate Students and their Anticipated Benefits in a Post-Pandemic Environment
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