Building Better Decision Makers: The 3D MBA Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

MBA education came under heavy criticism in recent years. The author argues that much of the criticism is valid, albeit superficial, focusing on the degree of training in ethics or the lack of real experience built into the program MBA. The real problem, he says, is that the MBA program is not able to prepare graduates to make important decisions in conditions of complexity and ambiguity. At its root, the cause of the MBA programs do not lead to the best thinkers is structural, and it works in three dimensions: where the curriculum needs to be deep, it is shallow, where it should be broad, narrow, and where it needs to be dynamic, it is static. The author shows how each of the three elements of the MBA 3D "is being developed in the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto." Hide
by Roger Martin Source: Rotman School of Management, 5 pages. Publication Date: January 1, 2010. Prod. #: ROT097-PDF-ENG

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