A Vision for Business Schools Serving People and Planet
Chapter 6: Educating and developing globally responsible leaders
The effectiveness and relevance of management education in general (with an emphasis on MBA programs) have been fundamentally questioned in recent years. Serious doubts linger around the ability of management education in general and business schools in particular to provide students with the skills needed to function at an executive level in modern organizations, or prepare them for the professional demands and challenges of global business in a pluralistic world.
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