. . . Humanities have been delineated by Ronald S. Crane (1886–1967) as the cultivation of four essential “arts: language, analysis of ideas, literary and artistic criticism, and historiography.” . . . Humanities scholarship and education are dedicated to understanding human experience through the disciplined development of insight, perspective, critical understanding, discernment, and creativity.
—Cole, et al.1
Business education, higher education, multi-frame thinking, theory in the business curriculum, research, critical thinking, interdisciplinary collaboration
Imagine a first-year student who is sure she wants to major in business. She does not yet see the ...