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The business school of the future / Peter Lorange, President Emeritus, IMD

By: Lorange, Peter [autor]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Edition: Primera ediciónDescription: ix, 217 páginas : 23 cmContent type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9781108429719Subject(s): Negocios y educación | Negocios -- Enseñanza | Modelos de enseñanza -- Evolución | Centros pedagógicos | Cambio organizacional -- Profesorado -- EstudiantesDDC classification: 650.071
Contents:
1. Why are business schools generally so static, and why is new knowledge needed? ; 2. Evolution of the conventional business school ; 3. The faculty and the dean /president ; 4. Modern pedagogy and the modern student ; 5. Research, marketing, and managing resources ; 6. Innovations and a change culture ; 7. Eight cutting-edge dilemmas and strategic projects ; 8. Emerging business models: network organizations for business schools ; 9. The future: a new context and what we might expect ; 10. Eight case examples
Abstract: Facing questions about the status and legitimacy of business schools, many of the world's leading institutions are now experimenting with new business models. In The Business School of the Future, former president of International Institute for Management Development (IMD), Peter Lorange reveals how the era of virtual technology, and the shift away from conservatism in classical academic institutions, heralds the arrival of a new kind of accessible and scalable business school. Drawing on his expansive and expert experience as a professor, leader and founder of academic institutions across the US and Europe, Lorange discusses the pedagogical and bureaucratic aspects of education and includes five case studies of institutes practicing the cutting-edge approaches discussed in the book (CEIBS, IMD, Singapore Management University, IE Madrid and Hult). This guide to designing the business school of the future, incorporating industry innovations, will appeal to business school deans , educators , policymakers and commentators. editor
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1. Why are business schools generally so static, and why is new knowledge needed? ; 2. Evolution of the conventional business school ; 3. The faculty and the dean /president ; 4. Modern pedagogy and the modern student ; 5. Research, marketing, and managing resources ; 6. Innovations and a change culture ; 7. Eight cutting-edge dilemmas and strategic projects ; 8. Emerging business models: network organizations for business schools ; 9. The future: a new context and what we might expect ; 10. Eight case examples

Facing questions about the status and legitimacy of business schools, many of the world's leading institutions are now experimenting with new business models. In The Business School of the Future, former president of International Institute for Management Development (IMD), Peter Lorange reveals how the era of virtual technology, and the shift away from conservatism in classical academic institutions, heralds the arrival of a new kind of accessible and scalable business school. Drawing on his expansive and expert experience as a professor, leader and founder of academic institutions across the US and Europe, Lorange discusses the pedagogical and bureaucratic aspects of education and includes five case studies of institutes practicing the cutting-edge approaches discussed in the book (CEIBS, IMD, Singapore Management University, IE Madrid and Hult). This guide to designing the business school of the future, incorporating industry innovations, will appeal to business school deans , educators , policymakers and commentators. editor

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