So which schools have improved the most over the years? In the past decade, SDA Bocconi has made up the most ground, going from 65% to 84%. They are followed by UK’s the Cass (+17%), Boston University Questrom (+14%) and ESADE (+10%). And the progress is even more pronounced over 15 years, with the big winners being the National University of Singapore (+29%), University of Illinois (+22%), HEC Paris (+19%), Minnesota Carlson (+17%), Carnegie Mellon Tepper (+14%), and New York University Stern (+14%).
More strikingly, precious few programs lost ground in the Aims Achieved category over the past 10-15 years. Most notably, however, was Toronto Rotman, which fell from 86% to 79% during the tenure of Roger Martin, considered one of the most effective deans of his era.
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