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Author Carlile, Paul R., author

Title Reimagining business education : insights and actions from the business education jam / by Paul R. Carlile, Steven H. Davidson, Kenneth W. Freeman, Howard Thomas, N. Venkatraman (Boston University Questrom School of Business, Boston, Massachusetts, USA)
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Published Bingley, UK : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016
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Contents Front Cover; Reimagining Business Education; Copyright page; Contents; About the Authors; Acknowledgments; Prescript: Reimagining Business Schools; Chapter 1 The Need for Real Innovation in Business Education; 1.1. Relevance; 1.2. Reach; 1.3. Respect; Chapter 2 Critical Challenges; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Critical Questions; 2.3. Conclusion; Chapter 3 Enabling a Global Conversation -- The Business Education Jam; 3.1. Recognizing the Need for a Global Dialogue; 3.2. Establishing Support; 3.3. Advancing an Outward-Facing Design; 3.4. Launching the Business Education Jam
3.5. How the Business Education Jam Fostered a BrainstormChapter 4 The Emerging Impact of Open Innovation; 4.1. Open Innovation; 4.2. Characteristics of Open Innovation; 4.2.1. People; 4.2.2. Problems; 4.2.3. Processes and Tools; 4.3. Open Innovation Increases the Capacity for Experimentation; 4.4. The Challenge for Business and Higher Education Is a Collective Problem; Chapter 5 Addressing the Gap between Theory and Practice; 5.1. The THEORY-PRACTICE Gap; 5.2. The Tension of Specialization and Integration; 5.3. The Cycle Time of Experimentation and Learning
5.4. Looking for a Guide: From Products to Services to Platforms5.5. Driving Evolution in Business Education; 5.6. Extending the Boundaries of Business Education: The Questrom School of Business MSMS Program and Partnered-Based Learning; 5.7. What about Research, the Other Product of Academics?; Chapter 6 Reimagining Business Education; 6.1. Three Difficult Questions; 6.1.1. What Is the Distinctive Value of Business Schools?; 6.1.1.1. Value to students; 6.1.1.2. Value to employers; 6.1.1.3. Value for the world; 6.1.2. What Should Be the Distinctive Pedagogy of Business Schools?
6.1.3. What Should Be the Distinctive Research Contributions of Business Schools?6.2. Toward a Business Education Platform and Ecosystem for the 21st Century; Chapter 7 Next Steps: Where Do We Go from Here?; Postscript: Ensuring Relevance, Reach, and Respect; Appendix A. Business Education Jam Sponsors; Appendix B. The 10 Forums of the Business Education Jam; Appendix C. Summary of Jam Participation; Appendix D. Business Education Jam VIP Guests; References
Summary This book discusses the rationale for, and design of, the first Business Education Jam. It reviews key challenges and articulates a vision for how the role and delivery of business education could be reimagined in a time when business schools struggle to identify the innovations necessary to meet the needs of a changing world
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Business education.
Form Electronic book
Author Davidson, Steven H., author
Freeman, Kenneth W., author
Thomas, Howard, author
Venkatraman, N., author
ISBN 1786353679 (electronic bk.)
9781786353672 (electronic bk.)