Posts Tagged ‘management-fad’

Redesigning Management Education

via “Roger Martin, dean of the Rotman School of Management, talked about fixing MBA education so it no longer produces, as The Economist calls them, “jargon-spewing economic vandals.” He spoke in detail about moving the MBA curriculum from shallow to deep, narrow to broad, static to dynamic.” Posted via web from frogpond’s posterous

The language of management is devoid of meaning

I noticed a brilliant essay on managerial speak and the complexities of management practice, namely matters of language, some extracts: [in Management] language has become untethered from normal meaning. Sometimes it floats free of reality altogether. and is supported by a comprehensive literature in which imaginary concepts and attributes are earnestly described and referenced, as […]