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What Ails Education in our Business Schools?

Higher education system of ancient India had marked its impression all over the world. But over a period of time, higher education lost its global competitiveness. 1,000 more words

Personality Development

What Ails Education in our Business Schools?

Higher education system of ancient India had marked its impression all over the world. But over a period of time, higher education lost its global competitiveness. 1,001 more words

Personality Development

Learning from Executives’ War Stories

In my previous blog, I had argued for why faculty at the leading business schools in the world tend to be researchers with PhDs rather than executives. 1,003 more words

Strategy

The decision to earn a Master of Business Administration (MBA) is no small undertaking. It requires weighing the full cost of such an investment – the time, energy, and money (tuition costs and foregone wages) required to earn a degree against the potential return on investment (ROI). 540 more words

Business Education

Should Business School Faculty be Executives?

MBA students are often puzzled why faculty at top business schools are not either current or former executives with so-called “real world experience”. Instead, academics with PhDs teach the next generation of executives. 1,006 more words

People

Business schools must step up and engage in intellectual activism – here’s how

By Alessia Contu.

A professor of politics in an elite US liberal art college recently remarked to me:  “I must confess my stereotype of someone working in a business school is of one who serves the one per cent.” 1,056 more words

Social Change

Why We’re Seeing So Many Corporate Scandals

Virtually every 21st century business scandal is reducible to a morality tale of a technology that allows us to do things we couldn’t before, coupled with major institutional failures that were enabled by failures of omission and commission of corporate leaders. 906 more words