Tuck’s Dean Danos on the Future of American B-Schools
In an essay on the QS Top MBA website, Paul Danos, dean of the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, writes about the outlook for American MBA programs what what B-schools and students need to learn from the economic crisis.
“The outlook for top North American full-time MBA programs looks stable as we approach global economic recovery in the next two years,” Danos says. “But, as is always the case in a major financial crisis, there are many lessons to be learned for the betterment of business leadership education.”
Click here to follow Dano’s discussion of several of these “learnings” and see what he believes they mean for management education.
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