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April 30, 2007

Out: finance, "pure quantitative skills", and "econometrics and other arcane quantitative tools".

In: networking, teamwork, listening, leadership, and business ethics.

Welcome to the MBA, 2007.

On the other hand, maybe, given time, Jeff Sandefer's model will gain market share. His curriculum seems a bit light on listening and teamwork.

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Bill

Don't forgot the ever-popular diversity training!

JorgXMcKie

Sounds like your average mid-level university administration to me. (Well, except for the listening and leadership and ethics part.) Will most of the new MBAs be going into university administration?

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