Business schools grapple with a high turnover of deans

“I have never known anything even approaching this level of change before.” This verdict on the current “musical chairs” playing out among the deans who hold the top jobs at business schools comes from Anne Kiem, chief executive of the Chartered Association of Business Schools.

The changes are dramatic. Ms Kiem, whose organisation represents UK MBA providers, says: “In the past 12 months we have seen a third of our 120 members appoint new deans and there is a limited pool of candidates. Lots of people don’t want to move jobs and lots of faculty academics might fit the bill

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Coronavirus Cases Exceed 100,000 as Countries Struggle to Contain Spread

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases globally topped 100,000 on Friday, as infections spread to new parts of the U.S. where officials struggled to get the epidemic under control.

Local officials in the hardest-hit U.S. states warned vulnerable populations to avoid public gatherings as organizations canceled events, schools moved classes online and businesses ordered employees to work from home. Two more people died from the virus, raising the U.S. death toll to 14.

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Atos Artificial Intelligence to power American Dream attractions

Prescriptive maintenance to reduce downtime and increase customer satisfaction at Nickelodeon Universe and Observation Wheel

Paris, France and Irving, Texas, February 27, 2020

Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, today announced the delivery of its high-powered artificial intelligence, Codex AI Suite, to analyze data and predict attraction performance for Triple Five Group’s American Dream retail and entertainment complex. This modern IoT and machine learning platform will enable American Dream to reduce downtime, increase guest satisfaction and lower maintenance costs.

Atos’ Codex AI Suite collects and stores data from hundreds of ride sensors, which feeds into an algorithm that detects

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Atos manages the successful go-live of Permit Vision at Repsol

Paris, France – March 3 2020

Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, today announces the successful go-live of Permit Vision at Repsol, one of the top multi-energy companies in the oil, gas, electricity and natural gas industries. This agreement to implement the digital Control of Work solution, Permit Vision, was signed together with Wolters Kluwer’s eVision, the leader in digital Permit to Work software. The eVision solution enables Repsol to electronically manage its work permits in their Upstream business, with the aim of integrating the work permits with its risk and process safety barrier management tools.

eVision’s software solution

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