Tag Archives: financial crisis

New Deans Changing the B-School Agenda

The new slate of deans taking the helm at Harvard Business School, Kellogg School of Management, Yale School of Management and other top programs will have their work cut out for them. Thursday’s Wall Street …

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The Liberal Arts Approach at B-School

Roger Martin, the new dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, has a radical idea for business education: that students need to learn how to think critically and creatively every …

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Learning From the Financial Crisis

Earlier this week, the Financial Times reported that B-school programs everywhere are making curriculum adjustments–from tweaking their course content to introducing new classes and seminars and even new degrees–in an effort to convey the lessons …

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Financial Crisis, Meet Lesson Plan

At colleges and universities across the country, the economic crisis has worked its way into the curriculum as a valuable teaching tool, and no where is this more apparent than at today’s business schools. Lisa …

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B-School Classrooms Get Real

The New York Times published a worthwhile read earlier in the week about executives injecting real-world knowledge into business school classrooms. The piece profiles several top deal-makers from JPMorgan Chase, Merrill Lynch, Lehman Brothers and …

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Darden’s Dean Bruner on Financial Crisis

The New York Times yesterday profiled dean Robert Bruner of Darden School of Business as he discussed his latest book, “The Panic of 1907: Lessons Learned from the Market’s Perfect Storm,” and how students can …

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