By Pam Scheunemann
Introduces, briefly textual content and illustrations, using the letter mixture ''ack'' in such phrases as ''snack,'' ''track,'' ''lack,'' and ''quack.''
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Moreover, multiple business school stakeholders—including faculty, administrators, alumni, and recruiters—recognize both the importance of these competencies and the fact that they are currently underemphasized. This has led Rubin and Dierdorff (2011) to conclude: MBA programs have adopted a form of pluralistic ignorance in which stakeholders seem to privately agree what competencies ought to be emphasized, but fail to manage such agreement in practice, inevitably maintaining the curricular misalignment that remains so persistent.
Five decades of focused research have repeatedly shown a striking consensus about what managers do and what makes them successful, and such competencies remain consistent regardless of occupation or industry (see Dierdorff, Rubin, & Morgeson, 2009). MBA education also draws upon multiple academic disciplines, such as mathematics, economics, psychology, philosophy, and sociology. This is a characteristic shared by other established professions such as medicine, which relies on fields like biology, chemistry, and psychology (Bennis & O’Toole, 2005).
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