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The Future of the MBA: designing the thinker of the future

Author: Martin, Roger L. ; Moldoveanu, Mihnea C.Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP) 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 142 p. : Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780195340143Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Print Z12 .M65 2008
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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The Future of the MBA Designing the Thinker of the Future Contents List of Figures xiii Introduction: The Future of the MBA and the MBA of the Future 3 The "Competitiveness Critique": Is the MBA a Competitive Source of Human Capital for the Organizations of the Future? 4 The "Radical Structural Flaw Critique": Can the MBA Train Managers? 8 The "Ivory Tower" Critique: Is the MBA Relevant? 11 The "Deprofessionalization" Critique: Is the MBA a Viable Institution? Is Management a Viable Profession? 15 The "Vicious Hermeneutic Circle" Critique: Is the MBA "Good for Business and Society"? 18 Critiquing the "Future of the MBA" Requires Articulating a Vision for the "MBA of the Future" 20 Chapter 1. The Integrative Thinker: A Vision of the High-Value Decision Maker in Postmodern High Capitalism 25 "Postmodern": Why "Post"? 26 "High Capitalism": Whither "High"? 38 The "Interactions Revolution": Articulating the Tacit to Bridge the Ingenuity Gap 41 "High-Value Decision Makers": The Predicament of the Manager of the Future 44 Chapter 2. Business School 2.0: Can the Contemporary ScientificEducational Complex Educate the Manager of the Future? 61 Obstacles to Ontic and Ontological Pluralism: Two Forms of Departmentality and the (New) Structure of the Market for Ideas 62 An Example: Behavioral Decision Theory and the Study of Managerial Cognition 74 Chapter 3. Business School 3.0 The Design and Development of Integrative "Cognitive-Behavioral Modules" for the Thinker of the Future 93 Model I. The Thought-and-Behavior Design and Experimentation Lab 99 Model II. The Design and Enactment of Communicative Spaces 108 The Value of the Ontic-Ontological Bridge: A Justification for the CognitiveBehavioral Module Development Approach 115 Chapter 4. Epilogue: A Reconstructive Summary 121 References 127 Index 135

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