The Role of Business Schools in an Increasingly Urban, Populist World

Much has been made of the disconnect between rural voters supporting right-wing populist candidates and city folks who vote overwhelmingly more liberal. In the United States, Trump supporters are those who have been left behind by globalization and digitization. They are stranded in small communities unmoored from enterprises that would support gainful employment or in … Continue reading The Role of Business Schools in an Increasingly Urban, Populist World

Why We’re Seeing So Many Corporate Scandals

Virtually every 21st century business scandal is reducible to a morality tale of a technology that allows us to do things we couldn’t before, coupled with major institutional failures that were enabled by failures of omission and commission of corporate leaders. Consider the major, self-inflicted crises at Wells Fargo, where two million accounts were opened without customers’ … Continue reading Why We’re Seeing So Many Corporate Scandals

Entrepreneurial Experiences ‘No Better Than Textbooks’: Study

The research challenges the ongoing trend across higher education institutes and suggests that universities need to reconsider their approach if they are to increase entrepreneurship among their students. Scientists have found no significant difference between business schools offering traditional courses and those emphasizing on a learning-by-doing approach to entrepreneurship education, drawing attention to why the … Continue reading Entrepreneurial Experiences ‘No Better Than Textbooks’: Study