'Reimagining Business Education’ discusses the rationale for, and design of, the first Business Education Jam. It reviews key challenges facing business education and articulates a vision for how the role and delivery of business education could be reimagined. This book is critically important during a time when business schools, as an industry, struggle to identify the innovations necessary to meet the needs of a changing world. The Jam was the first open platform for dialogue of its kind for business education and continues to make an impact - including use by Schools and Deans around the world to guide strategic planning efforts; program directors as they drive innovation in their programs; and industry executives as they identify ways to better engage with business education. This book takes this collaborative effort a step further to break down traditional models and structures as we seek to reimagine the future of business education in a more open and connected world.
About the author
Paul R. Carlile is Associate Professor of Management and the Senior Associate Dean for Innovation at the Boston University Questrom School of Business. He was previously at the MIT Sloan School of Management and also served as Department Chair of Information Systems at the Boston University Questrom School of Business. Steven H. Davidson is Associate Dean, Academic Programs, at Boston University Questrom School of Business and served as the lead Project Manager for the Business Education Jam. In his role as Associate Dean, Steven provides leadership for cross-program efforts including assessment, program research, accreditation, and the development, support, and implementation of curricular initiatives, program enhancements, and academic policy.
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