Education a la Carte

With China's time-pressed execs hungering for management skills, B-schools that offer individual courses are raking in students and revenue

Weekends have turned into a precious commodity for Steven Zhou. On what are supposed to be his days of rest, Zhou, a manager at the Suzhou plant of American bearing manufacturer Timken (TKR ), often finds himself back on the factory floor, participating with his other management employees in executive-education classes.

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