Archive for March, 2012

Teaching Leadership to MBAs, European Style

Teaching Leadership to MBAs, European Style

I often wonder about the MBA challenge that comes with sticking a couple of hundred bright and ambitious young professionals in a room, and hoping they will all get along and support one another. Surely there will be personality conflicts, cultural clashes, competition for recognition, and more than the odd ...

Close to the Action

Close to the Action

Even the most passionate champion of management education might concede that there was a time, well within living memory, when the business campuses were little more than ivory towers. MBA students were far too busy poring over case studies to worry about what was going on in the real world ...

Passport to success

A Passport to Success

In recent months Harvard Business School has received much publicity about its FIELD 'global immersion experience' - the dispatch of nearly all of its 907-strong MBA class to assignments in countries as disparate as Argentina, China and South Africa. Critics argue that seven days provides little more than educational tourism, rather ...

John Quelch - Dean at CEIBS

Interview with John Quelch, Dean of CEIBS

John A. Quelch is the Dean of CEIBS. He is also Distinguished Professor of International Management at the Shanghai-based business school. Previously, he was Senior Associate Dean and Lincoln Filene Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. Between 1998 and 2001 he was Dean of London Business School. Professor Quelch ...

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