Monday, February 23, 2015

MBA and Related Education Systems

MBA and Related Education Systems

MBA and Related Education Systems


Journal article review
Mirabella, Roseanne. M. and Naomi Bailin Wish. 2000. The “Best Place” Debate: A Comparison of Graduate Education Programs for Nonprofit Managers. Public Administration Review, May2000, Vol. 60 Issue 3: 219-229.

The journal article gives perspective on the curriculum elements of nonprofit management degree programs. Based on the current research and other research findings and references, the authors argue that there is a gap between the skills taught and the skills needed for nonprofit management program; hence, the educators should examine the industry specific needs, as well as revisit and modify the curricula for nonprofit management programs.

Education Managers for Business and Government: A Review of International Experience

Samuel Paul, John C. Ickis, Jacob Levitsky
World Bank Publications, Jan 1, 1989 - 158 pages

Managers, in both the private and public sectors, are increasingly recognized as critical in the use of scarce resources for national development. There is no unanimity of opinion, however, regarding the models or approaches to management education that are most appropriate in different environmental settings. Traditionally, management education has been dominated by the need to train executives for large-scale enterprises. But the 1980s has seen a global trend toward the deconcentration of business. The future development of the indigenous business sector in the developing world depends heavily on the emergence of small and medium scale entrepreneurs. The roles of public administrators with respect to regulatory and developmental activities enterprise are also changing. This trend is evident not only in market-oriented countries, but also in socialist countries, and many developing countries. This volume encompasses management education for each of these groups--the managers and future managers of large-scale enterprises; entrepreneurs and small business people; and public administrators. Its purpose is to review worldwide trends and developments in management education for information about curriculum design, research and teaching methodology, and institutional policies and administration. Experience is drawn from recognized universities, educational organizations, civil service institutes, and corporations in several major countries and regions of the world. 

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