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Let's reinvent the human side of management

Thu, 21st Nov 2013

 See my article 'Let's reinvent the human side of management' on the British Library's Management and Business Studies Portal (who knew?) here


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User comments

donal carroll :: 23rd Nov 13
Great reminder, Simon of what's gone with the loss of Sumantra... Can we get a collective of writers and managers to replace and energise a new 'management'-free practice which leads with: 'Hey look at me I'm a C21 worker- I self-manage!'
john carlisle :: 25th Nov 13
Simon The Business Schools still remain the greatest perpetrators and disseminators of bad practice. In today's malfunctioning management environment this amounts to wilful blindness. And, when you consider the number of overseas students who are the recipients of this educational malfeasance you can compare these institutes with plague carriers. It really is time they were challenged on a public forum.
Anonymous :: 22nd Dec 13
I always thought doing an MBA was a good idea until I started working in my local University (which is well renowned) and met the staff who teach it. Many of them have never worked in anything other than academia and rarely come into contact with real businesses so the only way they can teach anything is by regurgitating theory, whether it be proven or not.
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