Business School in 2013: Revolution, Sexism, and MOOCs

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MBA students are used to reflection. B-schools routinely ask aspiring candidates to look deep inside, determine what kind of career and life they want, make a plan for attaining these goals, and then share that vision in their application. It’s a process that may not be as comfortable for business schools themselves, yet 2013 has been a year of intense introspection as many schools have been reevaluating everything from the value of an MBA degree to how management education is delivered, as well as sexism in the classroom. Here are some of the past year’s major stories and trends worth a bit more reflection:

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