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Subject’s elite lacked the maturity to reap the benefits of free thinking, writes Stuart Macdonald
Complex challenges confronting society demand a different teaching approach
A supply-side mentality will not secure the future of management education, says Yale SOM professor
Students must be taught to use evidence and experimentation to solve management problems
Business schools should try to understand the changing needs of the commercial world
Is a management degree the right type of investment for students today?
Business schools must overcome their ivory tower image and work closely with local business