Business School 2.0
Can the Contemporary Scientific–Educational Complex Educate the Manager of the Future?
This chapter discusses why MBA academics and training programs do not address the problem of producing the high-value decision maker. It traces the problem to the sociology of the basic disciplines of management science, the institutional and microincentive structure of business academia, and the epistemological orientations of business academics.
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