|Titre :||Promises fulfilled and unfulfilled in management education|
|Titre de série :||reflections on the role, impact and future of management education : EFMD perspectives, 1|
|Auteurs :||Lynne Thomas, Auteur ; Alexander Wilson, Auteur|
|Type de document :||ouvrage|
|Editeur :||Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2013|
|Format :||168 p. / 23 cm.|
FMD has an enviable history as a global network and a strong linkage between the corporate and public management world and the world of education. As it evolves in the future it will continue to innovate and strategically shape the future of the business school. We remain convinced and optimistic about the future of management education and hope that this book will contribute strongly to the debate about management educations role in coping with the continued managerial challenges and opportunities provided by the growth in the global economy.
Through an open-ended interview research process, the book seeks to explore the perspectives and views of a wide range of experts drawn not only from the European environment but also from the United States and other global players in the management education field.
The book covers an overview of the broad history and evolution of management education and provides a detailed timeline of the key milestones and significant EFMD activities over the last 40 years. It also focuses on who and what are the most significant and important influences on management education, including innovations and role models. The book pulls no punches and seriously questions whether the promise of management education has been fulfilled whilst also looking at triggers for changes in management education and introducing ideas on the future to be covered in further detail in Volume 2.
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