December 16, 2005

The Future of Business Schools

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/newsandevents/audio/#business

How relevant are business schools for today's managers and companies? How can schools provide practical support for industry whilst maintaining standards of academic rigour in their research. Are business schools effective in managing the demands of students, government, business and the research sector?

The University of Warwick recently hosted a Future of Business School Forum which explored how the business school model needs to develop to meet the demands of the business and academic worlds. We invited two of the speakers, Professor Jone Pearce and Professor Ken Starkey, to discuss the future for business schools.


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  1. robert knutson

    the discussion was great "fiction"

    that expresses most interesting

    difference between usa "culture"

    and culture of uk and europe

    the discussion a fine scene

    showing cultural differences

    but for defensiveness

    those ifferences could

    have been clearly expressed

    to learn that corporate

    that is small businesses alltogether

    arre quite free from national official

    government policy compared with

    even the united kingdom..

    most striking is

    the usa does not produce

    as many fine accomplishe leaders

    or academics

    but many more academics in general

    for example the calm confident

    mr. starckey' says

    "is the good management practices of business schools

    used to manage business schools?

    was a wonderful opportunity

    to show business schools informed by

    the european model of education

    and adopted by europe

    but niether

    the american business schools

    nor

    a federal government social policy

    nor

    nor a general federal government ecoomic policy

    other than the federal reserve system

    affect the society os small business entrepreneurs

    embraced by commoners. 'groundlings'

    using material values not moral values directly

    to self governing laws and tenor of society

    fearful to think

    yet most amricans embrace worthy moral choices…

    yes ,business schools dont use their good managemnet practices..

    yet our cousins in europe

    naturally prefer such top down goverance

    inherent in our formal schooling and business schools

    thus the most desireable royals humanism

    in academics, and leaders in europe

    are a great intelllecual pleasure

    serving the 'groundlings' well?

    maybe

    first of all

    serving economic laws well?

    ('dialogic imagination'

    could also

    serve linking

    united kingdom produced

    consciousnies

    and that of usa

    a linking

    as in renku linking verse)

    delighted to have heard the pod cast from warwick site

    15 Jan 2006, 22:28

  2. robert knutson

    the discussion was great "fiction"

    that expresses most interesting

    difference between usa "culture"

    and culture of uk and europe

    the discussion a fine scene

    showing cultural differences

    but for defensiveness

    those ifferences could

    have been clearly expressed

    to learn that corporate

    that is small businesses alltogether

    arre quite free from national official

    government policy compared with

    even the united kingdom..

    most striking is

    the usa does not produce

    as many fine accomplishe leaders

    or academics

    but many more academics in general

    for example the calm confident

    mr. starckey' says

    "is the good management practices of business schools

    used to manage business schools?

    was a wonderful opportunity

    to show business schools informed by

    the european model of education

    and adopted by europe

    but niether

    the american business schools

    nor

    a federal government social policy

    nor

    nor a general federal government ecoomic policy

    other than the federal reserve system

    affect the society os small business entrepreneurs

    embraced by commoners. 'groundlings'

    using material values not moral values directly

    to self governing laws and tenor of society

    fearful to think

    yet most amricans embrace worthy moral choices…

    yes ,business schools dont use their good managemnet practices..

    yet our cousins in europe

    naturally prefer such top down goverance

    inherent in our formal schooling and business schools

    thus the most desireable royals humanism

    in academics, and leaders in europe

    are a great intelllecual pleasure

    serving the 'groundlings' well?

    maybe

    first of all

    serving economic laws well?

    ('dialogic imagination'

    could also

    serve linking

    united kingdom produced

    consciousnies

    and that of usa

    a linking

    as in renku linking verse)

    delighted to have heard the pod cast from warwick site

    15 Jan 2006, 22:33


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