Why the business schools are running in place?

The prophets of doom are circling above the b-school landscape, some gleefully predicting the end of their amazing 40 year run of popularity and influence, and others more solemnly anxious about what their future may be. While their specific concerns may vary, the prophets all see significant disruption in the world of higher education in general and the world of business education in particular. And they are right.

Both worlds, tightly connected, are facing massive change in their traditionally insulated – and some would argue insular – production systems and business models, and it is not clear to what extent – and even whether – many of the incumbents will be able to adapt successfully.

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Source Credits: Hamid Bouchikhi and John Kimberly in Financial Times

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