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Tools of the Trade
November | December 2011
Business educators will face difficult questions in the coming years about how to strengthen their industry in uncertain times. But there are many promising answers—some presented here—if schools are willing to change.
Tests of Time
Three schools that made bold moves in 2001 offer updates on their progress, lessons they’ve learned, and plans they have for the future.
Then and Now
Data from a variety of sources show how business schools have grown, globalized—and in some areas, remained generally unchanged—in the past ten years.
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