The EFMD business magazine

The EFMD business magazine

Vol. 09 Issue 03 ’15
Highlights from this issue of Global Focus include, Redefining the organisation ‘Robber Baron’ or ‘Robin Hood’? Dan Pontefract argues that some organisations have forgotten what they once stood for. The past is not the future. Business schools – and the businesses they serve – need to discover a “second curve” if they are to survive and prosper, says Charles Handy. What does it mean to be an “African” business school? Piet Naudé explores how business schools in Africa might develop in new and different ways. Kenneth W Freeman and Howard Thomas outline some of the crowd-sourced ideas about the future of business schools that emerged from the first Business Education Jam. Bringing business schools into the STEM era, Johan Roos argues that today’s business students must be given a grounding in science disciplines.
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