Reforming Management Education
This “back to school” season, SSIR brings you a new in-depth series that showcases seven visions for how to reform business management and public policy schools, their curriculums, and their products of research.
How can 21st century innovations transform management education to better reflect and address the needs of more globalized society? How can we train business leaders to value social responsibility and the public good? How can scholarly research be made relevant to real world experience in the business sector? How can we put the “public” back into public policy schools?
These are just a handful of questions that serve as guiding themes of this series. Each article identifies systemic challenges to progressive reform in management education, and offers both lessons and solutions for change that can be scaled to apply across sector.