Are B-Schools Slacking Off?

Chicago GSB Dean Ted Snyder talks about the battle to maintain academic standards in a high-pressure environment

The debate over the value of the MBA is one that's as old as the degree itself. As outgoing MIT-Sloan Dean Richard Schmalensee notes, there are still critics who contend that "business schools have become little more than exercises in ticket-punching for would-be consultants (see, 11/27/06, "Where's the B in B-Schools?")."

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