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Emerald Group Publishing New Titles Jan-Mar 2014

Emerald Group Publishing New Titles Jan-Mar 2014

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Listing of new titles from Emerald Group Publishing Limited, publishing in the first quarter of 2014. For more information, please visit our website at www.emeraldinsight.com/books
Listing of new titles from Emerald Group Publishing Limited, publishing in the first quarter of 2014. For more information, please visit our website at www.emeraldinsight.com/books

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Quarter 1
New Titles
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January-March
2014Advance Title Information
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ISBN print: 9781783509133ISBN electronic: 9781783509140Publication date: 28 January 2014Price: £24.95 €35.95 US$47.95Format print: PaperbackFormat electronic: PDF & ePubPage count: 180Dimensions: 165 x 240 mmPrimary BIC code: JNMPrimary BISAC code: BUS02400LCC code: HF5001-6182Readership: Professional and VocationalRelated title: 9781781907146
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Securing the Future of Management Education: Competitive Destruction or Constructive Innovation?
Editors
Howard Thomas
Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University 
Michelle Lee
Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University 
Lynn Thomas
Visual Counselling and Coaching, Stratford-on-Avon, UK 
 Alexander Wilson
Loughborough University 
 Author
 Alexander Wilson
Loughborough University 
Howard Thomas
Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University 
Key Selling Points
Published in association with the European Foundation for Management Development
The second of two volumes written to celebrate the 40th anniversary of EFMD
Synopsis
This is the second of two volumes written to celebrate the 40th anniversary of EFMD. Drawing on interviews conducted with leaders in the world of management education, the first volume took a retrospective view, focusing on the evolution of management education and providing the context that led management education to where it stands today. It also synthesized respondents’ views on the strengths and weaknesses of the field, the challenges it faces, as well as lessons learned and not learned from the past. This second volume similarly draws on the very rich data provided by the same respondents, but is future-oriented and takes on the theme of change. It provides the reader with a sense of the challenges on the horizon, potential blind spots, and new realities of an increasingly competitive environment. It discusses a range of alternative future scenarios for management education, and urges the field to resist the lures of the dominant paradigm and to develop new models instead. The authors contend that, given the challenges ahead, it is only through transformations and innovations that the future of the field can be secured.
Management science
 
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Contents AcknowledgementsForeword: discussing the futureCHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION: SUCCESS AND FAILURE IN MANAGEMENT EDUCATIONCHAPTER 2: LESSONS NOT LEARNED IN MANAGEMENT EDUCATIONCHAPTER 3: ON-GOING CHALLENGES CONFRONTING MANAGEMENT EDUCATIONCHAPTER 4: FUTURE SCENARIOS FOR MANAGEMENT EDUCATIONCHAPTER 5: CONJECTURES: THE ROAD TRAVELLED AND THE ROAD LESS TRAVELLEDCHAPTER 6: BLIND SPOTS, DOMINANT LOGICS, TIPPING POINTS AND CRITICAL ISSUES FOR THE FUTURE: UNFOLDING GAPSCHAPTER 7: UNCERTAIN FUTURES: WHAT SHOULD BUSINESS SCHOOLS DO NOW? Afterword: transformation and change in management education References

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