9/12/14 What’s the future of business education? How will what is taught in a mainstream MBA program change in coming years?
Some two dozen business school deans and chief executives are scheduled to publicly ponder those questions during a three-day, interactive online conference organized by the Boston University School of Management.
“Business Education Jam: Envisioning the Future” runs from Sept. 30-Oct. 2, worldwide and cost free.
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“This is very special event that promises to make a lasting impact on business schools and businesses around the world,” says Boston University School of Management Dean Ken Freeman. “For the first time, industry and academia will come together from around the world, including faculty, deans and administrators, executives, human resource and talent development leaders, students and recent graduates to share, learn, and envision the future of business education.”
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