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Document Type: Working Paper
Title: Making business schools relevant: Impacting management practice through appropriate modes of learning
Authors: James, Kim Turnbull
Denyer, David
Issue Date: Apr-2008
Citation: Kim Turnbull James, David Denyer, Making business schools relevant: Impacting management practice through appropriate modes of learning, Research Paper Series, The Cranfield forum for the latest thinking in management research, RP 7/08
Abstract: This paper suggests that the traditional mode of knowledge production in academic institutions finds its way unquestioningly into executive education practice. By exploring alternative modes of knowledge production and their relationship to learning designs, we offer a framework for understanding what makes executive education relevant to practice. The aim is to offer faculty, business schools, clients and learners a framework for considering practical and strategic implications arising from the learning modes identified in this analysis.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1826/3851
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