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Table of Contents Introduction: The Future of the MBA and The MBA of the Future The ?Competitiveness Critique?: Is the MBA a Competitive Source of Human Capital for the Organizations of the Future? The ?Radical Structural Flaw Critique?: Can the MBA Train Managers? The ?Ivory Tower? Critique: Is the MBA Relevant? The ?De-Professionalization? Critique: Is the MBA a Viable Institution? Is Management a Viable Profession? The ?Vicious Hermeneutic Circle? Critique: Is the MBA ?Good for Business and Society?? Critiquing ?the Future of the MBA? Requires Articulating a Vision for ?The MBA of the Future?. Chapter 1. The Integrative Thinker: A Vision of the High Value Decision Maker of Post modern High Capitalism. ?Post-Modern?: Why ?Post?? ?High Capitalism?: Whither ?High?? The ?Interactions Revolution?: Articulating the Tacit to Bridge the Ingenuity Gap. ?High Value Decision Makers?: The Predicament of the Manager of the Future. Isadore Sharpe at Four Seasons. Herb Kelleher at Southwest Airlines. Jack Welch at General Electric. Dick Currie at Loblaws. Moses Znaimer at CityTV. Chapter 2. Business School 2.0: Can the Contemporary Scientific-Educational Complex Educate the Manager of the Future? Obstacles to Ontic and Ontological Pluralism: Two Forms of Departmentality and the (New) Structure of the Market for Ideas. Chapter 3. Business School 3.0: The Design and Development of Integrative ?Cognitive-Behavioral Modules? for the Thinker of the Future. Model I. The Thought and Behavior Design and Experimentation Lab. Model II. The Design and Enactment of Communicative Spaces. The Value of the Ontic-Ontological Bridge: A Justification for the Cognitive-Behavioral Module Development Approach. Chapter 4. Epilogue: A Reconstructive Summary of the Basic Arguments of the Book.
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Master of business administration degree.