The New MBA

Monday, January 05, 2009

After the dissolution of Bear Stearns, Merrill Lynch, and numerous other investment banks, the Bernie Madoff scandal, and the global economic fallout of the sub-prime mortgages, business schools are finding themselves in a pickle. What do you teach about business when the future of business is up for debate? In response, business schools are adopting a new curriculum to deal with a new kind of student in the post sub-prime world. Chris McKenna, the MBA program director at the Said Business School at Oxford University, joins The Takeaway.

Guests:

Christopher McKenna

Contributors:

Kent DePinto and Mary Harris

Comments [1]

mlocker

What do you think they should be teaching at business schools these days? Ethics? Lending practices?

Jan. 05 2009 12:27 PM

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