Accounting and Management
The global economic meltdown in 2008 made the world critical of business managers and what they learnt at B-school. Around the time, Harvard University professor Srikant Datar was working on his latest book, Rethinking The MBA: Business Education at a Crossroad. When he completed the book in 2010, corporates were already wondering if they were hiring suitable candidates from B-schools or just bright students.
If business education is to meet Africa's development challenges it is time to rethink models and increase accessibility.
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