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Interview with Paul JH Schoemaker on Business Schools and Business Ethics

July 2010 - Vandana Jaykumar

The MBA culture inculcates a rational, reductionist mindset that serves business well in times of stability but not when discontinuity is upon us and entrepreneurship is called for. More specifically, incumbents are often disadvantaged by their organizational structures, capabilities, culture, and mindsets. .
– Paul JH Schoemaker
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Paul JH Schoemaker is an internationally renowned thought leader in the fields of strategy and decision making. He speaks frequently at conferences and seminars around the world, and has appeared on radio and television. He is a leading scholar and visionary author, an entrepreneur in both the business and the philanthropic sectors, and has been an adviser to more than 100 companies and non-profit organizations around the world. Professor Schoemaker has authored and coauthored many books and has written over 100 academic and applied papers, which have appeared in such diverse journals as the Harvard Business Review, the Journal of Mathematical Psychology, Brain and Behavioral Sciences, and The Journal of Economic Literature. Dr. Schoemaker also serves as Research Director of the Mack Center for Technological Innovation at the Wharton School, where he is a professor teaching strategy and decision making part-time. For twelve years, he was a professor at the University of Chicago, where he did leading academic work in the Center for Decision Research covering behavioral economics as well as strategy. Schoemaker is the Founder and Executive Chairman of Decision Strategies International, Inc., a consulting and training firm specializing in strategic management, executive development and multimedia software. He also co-founded Strategic Radar, a technology platform company that helps organizations track changes and scan for weak signals in their external.

Useful for Understanding of:

  • Business Schools and Business Ethics
  • Hyporcratic Oath for MBAs
  • Teaching, Research and Institional Challenges
  • The Changing Face of Business Schools' Research
  • Leadership in Business Schools
  • Paul JH Schoemaker
Originally Published in Effective Executive, IUP
Effective Executive Reference No. 03M-2010-07-05-06
IBSCDC Reference No. INT0013
Year and Month of Publication July 2010
Keywords Business Ethics, Business Schools, Business Schools' Research, Leadership in Business Schools, Professionalization of Management Education, Business Ethics of Business Schools, Paul JH Schoemaker, Wharton Business School
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