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Business Schools and Their Contribution to Society

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Klappentext Electronic Inspection Copy available for instructors Business schools are arguably some of the most influential institutions in contemporary society. The research and education they provide set the standard for how future leaders manage local and global organizations - a responsibility requiring continual discussion, development and challenge. This exciting book explores the role of business schools through 3 key dimensions: - How business school legitimacy has been challenged by the recent economic crisis and corporate scandals; - How schools contribute to shaping and transforming business conduct; and - How institutions, past and present, develop their identities to face the challenges presented by the ongoing globalization process. Combining global perspectives from business school Deans, scholars and stakeholders, this book presents a unique discussion of the current and future challenges facing business schools and their contributions to society. Zusammenfassung Leading, global business school figures discuss the hottest debate in business education right now - the education business schools are providing and their contribution to modern society. Inhaltsverzeichnis Foreword - Bernard RamanantsoaPrologue: Business Schools As Usual? - Mette Morsing and Alfons Sauquet RoviraPART ONE: HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL PERSPECTIVES ON BUSINESS SCHOOL LEGITIMACYBusiness Education - Rakesh Khurana and Daniel Penrice The American TrajectoryCreating a Business School Model Adapted to Local Reality - Maria Tereza Leme Fleury and Thomaz Wood Jr A Latin American PerspectiveThe Changing Role of Business Schools as Key Social Agents in Asia - Bernard Yeung and Kulwant SinghInstitutional Evolution and New Trends in Russian Management Education - Valery S. KatkaloThe Legitimacy and Future of Business Schools in Turkey - Baris TanEuropean Business Schools and Globalization - Lluis PugesCSR, Business Schools and the Asia Pacific Context - Juliet RoperPART TWO: TOWARDS A NEW LEGITIMACY FOR BUSINESS SCHOOLS IN GLOBAL SOCIETYBusiness Schools in Society - Alan Irwin, Dorte Salskov-Iversen and Mette Morsing The Distinctiveness of DiversityDesign Science as a Reference Point for Management Research - Michael Barzelay and Saul Estrin The National Role of Contemporary Business Schools in Response to the Financial Crisis - Thomas M. Begley and Patrick T. GibbonsBusiness Schools - From Career Training Centers towards Enablers of CSR - Thomas Bieger A New Vision for Teaching at Business SchoolsThe Future of Business School Research - Muel Kaptein and George S. Yip The Need for Dual Research Methodologies Business Schools' Corporate Social Responsibility - Christoph Badelt and Barbara Sporn Practice What You PreachThe Role of Higher Education Institutions in the Fields of Economic and Social Sciences - Guido Tabellini Has It Been Changed by the Economic Downturn?Business Schools in Relation to the Organizational and Ethical Challenges of Systemic Transformation - Adam Budnikowski A Polish ExampleThe New Rigor - Judith Samuelson Beyond the Right AnswerPART THREE: BUSINESS SCHOOLS' ROLE IN SHAPING AND TRANSFORMING ETHICAL BUSINESS CONDUCTResponsible Business Education - Carlos Losada, Janette Martel and Josep M. Lozano Not a Question of Curriculum but a Raison d'Être for Business Schools The Business School of the 21st Century - Valerie Swaen, Philippe de Woot, Didier de Callatay Educating Citizens to Address the New World ChallengesThe Need for Good Old Principles in Financial Management Education - Eero Kasanen and Robert GrossePRME and Four Theses on the Future of Management Education - Manuel EscuderoA Plea to Business Schools - Robert Strand Tear Down Your Walls Corporate Responsibility and the Business Schools' Response to the Credit Cr...

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Alfons Sauquet has served as Director of the Combined Undergraduate and Master in Business Administration at ESADE. He has been a lecturer at HEC Paris, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam and Wharton School of Business, in addition to being Visiting Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics and the Copenhagen Business School. He is a lecturer at the Summer School organized by the European Doctoral Association for Management in Business Administration (EDAMBA). He has been CEMS Chairman of the Interfaculty Group in Organizational Behaviour. He has directed research projects funded by the European Commission on Learning in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in four European countries. The ESADE partners in this project are Universita Luigi Bocconi (Milan), Wirtschaftsuniversitat Wien (Vienna) and the Norwegian School of Economics (Bergen). He is the principal researcher on the Learning and Knowledge in Organizations Research Group (GRACO). Ministry of Education and Science Adviser on Educational Quality programmes and for the Wirtschaftsuniversitat Wien. He has been a consultant to various national and international organizations on learning, organizational culture and change. At present, he is a member of the Academic Council of the Association for Human Resources Management in International Organizations (AHRMIO). He has been invited by UNESCO and is a consultant for the United Nations Development Programme.



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Leading, global business school figures discuss the hottest debate in business education right now - the education business schools are providing and their contribution to modern society.

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Foreword - Bernard Ramanantsoa Prologue: Business Schools As Usual? - Mette Morsing and Alfons Sauquet Rovira PART ONE: HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL PERSPECTIVES ON BUSINESS SCHOOL LEGITIMACY Business Education - Rakesh Khurana and Daniel Penrice The American Trajectory Creating a Business School Model Adapted to Local Reality - Maria Tereza Leme Fleury and Thomaz Wood Jr A Latin American Perspective The Changing Role of Business Schools as Key Social Agents in Asia - Bernard Yeung and Kulwant Singh Institutional Evolution and New Trends in Russian Management Education - Valery S. Katkalo The Legitimacy and Future of Business Schools in Turkey - Baris Tan European Business Schools and Globalization - Lluis Puges CSR, Business Schools and the Asia Pacific Context - Juliet Roper PART TWO: TOWARDS A NEW LEGITIMACY FOR BUSINESS SCHOOLS IN GLOBAL SOCIETY Business Schools in Society - Alan Irwin, Dorte Salskov-Iversen and Mette Morsing The Distinctiveness of Diversity Design Science as a Reference Point for Management Research - Michael Barzelay and Saul Estrin The National Role of Contemporary Business Schools in Response to the Financial Crisis - Thomas M. Begley and Patrick T. Gibbons Business Schools - From Career Training Centers towards Enablers of CSR - Thomas Bieger A New Vision for Teaching at Business Schools The Future of Business School Research - Muel Kaptein and George S. Yip The Need for Dual Research Methodologies Business Schools' Corporate Social Responsibility - Christoph Badelt and Barbara Sporn Practice What You Preach The Role of Higher Education Institutions in the Fields of Economic and Social Sciences - Guido Tabellini Has It Been Changed by the Economic Downturn? Business Schools in Relation to the Organizational and Ethical Challenges of Systemic Transformation - Adam Budnikowski A Polish Example The New Rigor - Judith Samuelson Beyond the Right Answer PART THREE: BUSINESS SCHOOLS' ROLE IN SHAPING AND TRANSFORMING ETHICAL BUSINESS CONDUCT Responsible Business Education - Carlos Losada, Janette Martel and Josep M. Lozano Not a Question of Curriculum but a Raison d'Être for Business Schools The Business School of the 21st Century - Valerie Swaen, Philippe de Woot, Didier de Callatay Educating Citizens to Address the New World Challenges The Need for Good Old Principles in Financial Management Education - Eero Kasanen and Robert Grosse PRME and Four Theses on the Future of Management Education - Manuel Escudero A Plea to Business Schools - Robert Strand Tear Down Your Walls Corporate Responsibility and the Business Schools' Response to the Credit Crisis - Nigel Roome, David Bevan and Gilbert Lenssen Epilogue - Alfons Sauquet Rovira, Mette Morsing and Marc Vilanova

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Titre: Business Schools and Their Contribution to Society
Sous-titre: Which Contribution to Society?
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Code EAN: 9780857023865
ISBN: 978-0-85702-386-5
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: SAGE Publications Ltd
Genre: Pédagogie
nombre de pages: 280
Poids: 620g
Taille: H242mm x B170mm
Année: 2011
Auflage: New.

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