The book is a historical study of the changes that took place in North American business schools in the 25 years after the Second World, their roots in earlier history, and their impact on the rhetoric of debate over key issues in management education.The definitive statement of Stanforda#39;s commitment to research and the Ford vision came in the schoola#39;s long-term plan, ... too little on the sciences and analysis.32 The document can be read as an integration of Gaithera#39;s speech and his 1951 report, as applied to a business school eager to transform itself and secure funding for the transformation. ... place in management, and in the underlying and supporting disciplines.33 Stanford approach in an essay entitled aTraining Men to Solve.
|Title||:||The Roots, Rituals, and Rhetorics of Change|
|Author||:||Mie Augier, James March|
|Publisher||:||Stanford University Press - 2011-08-10|