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- 1. The Relevance Of Current MBA Curriculum:A Critical Analysis Presented by:Presented By, Baijnath Pandey, Daval Mallik, AIMIT, MBA I
2. Defining The Problem ProposalsThe Road Ahead 3. The Evolution Of MBA. 100 Years Old Concept1 stMBA By The Harvard Business School- 1908. By 1950s, American MBAs lost relevance.Responded By Raising Admission And Teaching Standards To Create The Classic American MBA Program. 4. The Evolution Of MBA. First Year Has Core Course, Followed By A Second Year For Specialization. Present Day MBA Come To A Point Of Stagnation 5. The Role Of MBA? At one point in time was just to produce efficient managers who could do theThings Right. MBA & Its Role Undergone An Ocean-Change.Now , The Role Is to Produce People Who Can Do theRight Things. Leaders & Not Mere Managers. 6. Significance of The Current Curriculum In The 21 stCentury: core curriculum, still valuable, no longer good enough to solve21 stCenturys complex problems. core business disciplines vital to teaching business but no more relevant with the industry needs.recruiters demanding for better communicators, team builders, and creative thinkers, equipped to solve tomorrows problems 7. Were always being asked, When was your last curriculum revision? We now must mirror the industries we serve, where product life cycles are very short and must be constantly adapted to meet new needs. Dan Poston, University of Washington 8. The Flaws: B-School: Glorified Placement Consultancies Missing Practical Aspects Course Alignment Pedagogy, Teaching Faculty Individualism; No Concept Of Team 9. Flaw: 1 B-School: Glorified Placement Consultancies success of a B-School graduate directly measured in terms of the package offered ethical values and practices clearly appear as the losers in this race. MBA, in the above terms hasfailed to achieve the real purpose of education . 10. It is not so very important for a person to learn facts. For that he does not really need a college. He can learn them from books. The value of an education is a liberal arts college is not learning of many facts but the training of the mind to think something that cannot be learned from textbooks. John Dryden 11. Flaw: 2 Missing Practical Aspects emphasis purely on the academic skills.PowerPoint-Strategies not so powerful. students are never taught that, likedoctors and lawyers ; they are a part of the profession.bridge between theory and practice very Week. 12. Flaw: 3 Course Alignment not in a systematic-order and the demerit: prevents students in developing and applying skills from one course to Another. learning stops with the end of the course, as there is no immediate application of it. 13. Flaw: 4 Pedagogy:The Same Old Wine In A New Bottle courses focus on three things:knowing, doing and being . lecturers and professors from research and academics background, hence learning to them means just knowing. heavily tilted towards knowing things rather than understanding 14. Flaw:5 Individualism; No Concept Of Team encourages students working as individuals rather than teams.changing trends in the business world require people to work as teams.meeting the objectives, managing inter-personal and intra-personal conflicts not taught 15. And The List Goes On Lack of Global Perspective Lack ofCreatively And Innovatively Understanding The Roles, ResponsibilitiesAnd Purposes of Business 16. Analyses &Solutions 17. 1.Ethical Practices: A Must:In good and happytimes, an MBA had to Just keep the Street (Wall Street) happy.The lessons learnt from the Wall Street collapse.We Need a code of ethical conduct, theHippocratic Oath. Not Just A mere inclusion of such oaths But B-Schools Must walk the talk. 18. 2. Success=Fat Package? Break The Stereotype: The whole object of education is...to develop the mind. The mind should be a thing that works. education can not be the purpose of churning out money. The ultimate aim of education is to learn and develop skills 19. 3.Old Is No More Gold A Concept As Old As 110 Years, Tried And Tested By Times, Can Not Fail ?? auto-pilot-mode, with least willingness for change . 2005 Floods: The Failure of Mumbais Infrastructure 20. 4.Admission Procedure; Reformat It: Eligibility Criteria: written test, Shouldnt make Allthe difference . get more inclusive byReducing the Cut-Off PercentileGive more weightage to leadership-traits, ability to work in teams, practical approach towards work, communication skills, work-experience Etc. 21. Admission Procedure; Reformat It:Continued Stop Being Biased, Incorporate Diversity: MBAand not Masters ofEngineering We need people withdifferent cultural ethos, nationalities and economic backgroundetc.more and more involvement ofwomen-power 22. 5.Getting Exclusive: Get Exclusive And Attract Only The Desired Profile Of Candidate. Clerk Is An MBA And So Is The CEO: NOQuality Over Quantity: If 1000 IAS Officers Can Handle India Then10,000 MBAs Every Year Will Be Good Enough For The Nation. 23. 6. Early Specialization: Catch Them Young Decidingnot only on the streami.e. Marketing, Finance or Human-Resources-Managementbut also the industrybe done by the end of very first semester. 24. 7.Lecturers, Professors And TheirCompensation: Success of B-School Directly Proportional To The Quality of The Professors. Backbone of any education system.Highly Underpaid Compared To Their Fellow Peers Working In The Industry.Low Incentives To Join B-Schools For Quality People. 25. Plussssssssss... Pedagogy: Learn Together, Practice And Then PracticeAgainIndustry Role In The Learning Process Goodbye Text Books, Hi Case-Studies Pave The way For Green Management, Sustainability Management, Ethical Practices and Globalization 26. Barriers And Constraints: FinanceAutonomy Level 27. Solutions: Investment The Stay Out of The Way Concept 28. What we need for the present and future is a business education iPod, and not another new CD player. 29. Without accepting the fact thateverything changes , we cannot find perfect composure. But unfortunately, although it is true, it is difficult for us to accept it. Because we cannot accept the truth of transience, we suffer. Shunryu Suzuki, Zen scholar 30. Questions? ???? DoUbTs ???? 31. Annexure: Leadership and the MBA: The Need for a New Paradigm?Professor David A. Kirby. CEML (Council For Excellence In Management And Leadership) 2003, Managers And Leaders: Raising Our Game, Report Of The Business Schools Advisory Group, LondonGill R. (2004) Leadership Development in MBA Programmes,Business Leadership Review The Extreme MBA, Tricia Bssoux, BizEd, May-June 2009. MBA: Go Away or Here to Stay? Jason Fertiz Rethinking the MBA , Srikant Datar, David Garvin and Patrick Cullen (all affiliated with Harvard Business School) 32. Thank You