Posted by: Frank | March 14, 2009

That’s What Our B-Schools Are Teaching?

From the New York Times:

Business schools, he said, never really taught their students that, like doctors and lawyers, they were part of a profession. And in the 1970s, he said, the idea took hold that a company’s stock price was the primary barometer of success, which changed the schools’ concept of proper management techniques.

This is an important article on business school’s contributions to the current economic crisis in an article titled “Is It Time To Retrain B-Schools?” But how do we retrain the current business leaders?


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