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The Party's Over: The Coming B-School Shakeout

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The Party's Over: The Coming B-School Shakeout [#permalink] New post 03 Apr 2009, 07:23
The Party's Over: The Coming B-School Shakeout

Will the good times come to a screeching halt for management education? Yes. Partly because of the performance of the leaders of our global financial businesses but more fundamentally because schools are subject to some of the same economic forces as the businesses their graduates hope to run someday. But to understand the nature of the harsh competitive dynamic already under way, we must consider how business schools compete and the constraints on how they operate, both locally and globally.

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Re: The Party's Over: The Coming B-School Shakeout [#permalink] New post 05 Apr 2009, 16:18
With endowments down, I could see schools marketing EMBA big time in the future....
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Re: The Party's Over: The Coming B-School Shakeout [#permalink] New post 05 Dec 2009, 06:33
Is this really such a big concern?

It may not draw the crowds as crazily as before, in the same way that finance will no longer be drawing people who aren't fundamentally interested, and simply attracting the people who would've gone to finance all along?

A top MBA has served holders well throughout many economic cycles, except for the really massive ones that threaten to paralyze economic activity as a whole. When those are around, we've got bigger problems than worrying about business school...
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