Transforming the MBA for the 21st Century
An article in the Economic Times online discusses the importance of evolving the MBA curriculum and teaching styles to maintain the degree’s relevance in the 21st century. Citing an example the Yale School of Management named “the raw case,” the goal is to more closely emulate real world business situations that are global in scope and exist outside of traditional business silos. In analyzing a raw case, students have access to almost unlimited information through analyst reports and internet sources. They must prioritize, analyze and present decisions just as if they were in the boardroom of a Fortune 500 company. Fascinating.
Read the entire article here.