A vision for international management education
Dieter Euler and Mònica Feixas
Framing the problem
The development of the economic and financial crisis has caused management education at business schools to come to the attention of critics. In a trenchant and pointed manner, the question is being asked how the education of the next generation of leaders contributes to the publicly and broadly criticized misconduct of international managers. As one consequence, these discussions have prompted considerable soul searching at business schools. “Many now recognize the need to re-examine the role and purpose of business and have students wrestle with complex questions of companies' responsibilities to stakeholders, such as ...