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Reimagining Business Education: Insights and Actions from the Business Education Jam

Reimagining Business Education: Insights and Actions from the Business Education Jam.


Paul R. Carlile
Steven H. Davidson
Kenneth W. Freeman
Howard Thomas
N. Venkatraman


This new title discusses the rationale for, and design of, the first Business Education Jam, an initiative reviewing key challenges facing business education and articulating a vision for how the role and delivery of business education could be reimagined.

Reimagining Business Education: Insights and Actions from the Business Education Jam is critically important during a time when business schools, as an industry, struggle to identify the innovations necessary to meet the needs of a changing world. The Jam was the first open platform for dialogue of its kind for business education and continues to make an impact - including use by schools and deans around the world to guide strategic planning efforts; program directors as they drive innovation in their programs; and industry executives as they identify ways to better engage with business education.

This book takes this collaborative effort a step further to break down traditional models and structures as we seek to reimagine the future of business education in a more open and connected world.

Book Information

ISBN Print: 9781786353689
ISBN Electronic: 9781786353672
Publication Date: 23 March 2016
Format print: Paperback
Page count: 144
Dimensions: 152 x 229

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Reimagining Business Education is about listening to the voices of business education, making it required reading for anyone who believes, as I do, that business schools must and will transform, prosper, and make a profound and positive impact on business and society.
Dan LeClair, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, AACSB International

EFMD was a proud supporter of the Business Education JAM and this book is another effort to advance a global dialogue that EFMD continues to engage in on the value, impact and future of management education and development.
Prof. Eric Cornuel, CEO & Director General, EFMD

Bringing all affected stakeholders together in a global conversation is vital to expanding our relevance and ability to discover talent, create leaders, and fulfil the aspirations of students and employers.
Sangeet Chowfla, President and Chief Executive Officer, Graduate Management Admission Council