“extraordinary innovation” needed in business schools (the Economist)

After I’ve been all open and gushy about my own life, I should start to get back on the “business” side of things.

Great article in the Economist last week about business schools (Harvard Business School in this case) and the need for “extraordinary innovation”. After 3 years in Finland, 2 working with Global Venture Lab, this article rings all too true to me.  GVL’s goal is to bring the “live case” method to interdisciplinary student teams and work globally while we’re at it. Extraodinary innovations? I think so;)

See previous posts:

Needed: Business School Reform (April 09)

Where’s the iron ring for business schools? (Oct ’07)


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