Our most recent research exposes skills gaps that are developing between what is being taught on MBA programmes, and what MBA students believe is required from them when they enter the workplace.
AMBA surveyed more than 2,000 of its members in a bid to define and address these skills gaps. Respondents came from 104 countries: 51% live and work in Western Europe; 54% had completed their MBA and the remainder are still studying. Among graduates, 82% are employed, 17% are not employed but looking for work and 2% are retired. The largest majority of respondents (18%) work for organisations with very high turnovers (more than £5 billion), and 14% work for organisations with small turnovers (less than £1million).