The Chronicle of Higher Education, February 10, 2011
...Robert F. Bruner, dean of the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business here, served as chair of the task force...
Globalization is both the biggest opportunity and the greatest challenge for business schools worldwide as they struggle to keep up with the demand for graduates who can work across countries and cultures, says a report released today.
The 346-page report is the result of a three-year study by a task force of deans and scholars from top business schools worldwide. It offers a critique of the flurry of global activities that business schools have initiated in recent years.
Despite all those efforts, "a frustratingly wide curriculum gap remains alongside large risks of misdirected and incoherent strategies," says the report, issued by AACSB International: the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Poets & Quants "How Global Are B-Schools? Not Very". John A. Bryne.
The landmark 300-plus-page report is the most thorough examination of the globalization of management education ever (see the report’s table of contents here).
Coverage on CNBC "Business Schools on the Threshold of Unprecedented Change Due to Globalization AACSB Task Force Report Addresses the Most Significant Challenge to Business Schools in 50 years"