Highlights from this Segment
Q: Can you share lessons and perspectives from the past several years that might guide other schools considering entering the management education space?
A: Lessons I’ve learned as founding dean can be summed up in three words: patience, enthusiasm, and support.
Q: What sort of leadership—particularly in deans and faculty—will be required from business schools as they rethink their orientation to society in order to embrace thorny challenges?
A: Deans must be engaged. They have to accept their role and what it means to be dean, because faculty look to them for leadership.