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Business School Education And Technology–a Case Study

S. Mohapatra
Published 2013 · Computer Science

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This paper discusses the holistic integration approach that a management school has to adopt, so that the students are equipped with enough skills and techniques to face the challenges of the varying business dynamics. There is a need for Business schools to integrate academic activities with all other relevant processes such that at the end of their tenure, the students are ready to tackle issues related to society, business and technology. However, for this to happen, the Business schools need to redesign their approach for framing the curriculum. Instead of designing a standalone curriculum, the Business schools need to understand the requirements of all stakeholders such as recruiters, business, students and faculty. The Business schools can achieve this by gaining knowledge through research, consulting and delivering through improved pedagogy using technology. For this research, data was collected by conducting primary survey of 5 Business schools taken as case study and using secondary source to get details of their processes. The findings can be used by any other Business school aspiring to produce effective managers.
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