Why engineering matters in management
To set the international business agenda appropriately, MBA programs must pay attention to operations
By Bublu Thakur-Weigold and Stephan M. Wagner
One glance at MBA curricula worldwide will suffice to show that virtually no institution considers operations to be a viable part of strategic leadership. The typical business school offers at most one class, and that one usually is associated with tools.
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