What’s Wrong With Today’s Business Schools?


By Steve Denning – An MBA is now “a highly valued credential, but you’re not going to learn much along the way.”

What to do? Harvard Business School professor Rakesh Khurana suggests.

“U.S. corporations are historically imprinted with a hierarchical model—you develop something at headquarters, you scale it, and then you diffuse it. The challenge we face is how do we re-legitimate ourselves as a source of foundational knowledge. We have to have a more innovative and experimental mind-set. I don’t think anybody has figured it out yet. Adopting that has got to be the heart of our repertoire.” more> http://tinyurl.com/alv7l8p

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