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The Routledge Companion to Reinventing Management Education retraces the many external crises that have increasingly confronted business schools in recent years. With greater emphasis being placed on ranking and research output at the detriment of teaching, learning and education, this companion will work as a handbook, guiding teachers on how to integrate the humanities and social sciences into their course design and classroom practice.
Arranged in five sections covering Histories, Philosophies, Concepts, Classrooms and Programmes, this volume presents and examines the rich debates that have arisen on the practices within management education. With contributions from leading and international scholars in the field, this volume seeks to engage in the conversation over what is taught in business schools and how learning in them takes place, concluding that it is time to reinvent management education by positioning the humanities and social sciences in the discussion.
The Routledge Companion to Reinventing Management Education is a timely volume that will interest students and researchers alike. It is particularly well place for the current zeitgeist of subjecting business and management to wider and deeper scrutiny from a range of different perspectives.