Researching an article on the state of business education, we asked some Thinkers50 luminaries for their views. Here are their insights:
Mark Esposito, Professor at Grenoble School of Management, Research Fellow at the Judge Business School, Cambridge, and Founding Director of the Lab-Center for Competitiveness:
“Business schools need to reframe the context of employability for business graduates, which is still anchored to metrics and expectations of the 90s.
While the assumption is that a business school degree is an inroad to a management position right upon graduation, b schools should shift from knowledge to experimentation, allowing . . .
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