Business school author hosts Twitter chat on future of business schools

A new series of Twitter conversations will be kicking off on Thursday 5 February at 18:00 (GMT). Business school expert and author of new book, How to Reform a Business School, Ashish Jaiswal (@Ashjaiswal) will host academics and policymakers to discuss the future of business schools.

Ashish will be opening the discussion and taking questions on a range of related subjects including:

  1. What will business schools of the future look like?
  2. MBA reform and what needs to be done
  3. Do business schools have a place in the digital economy?
  4. The lessons he learned from Yale School of Management

Ashish Jaiswal is an expert on the subject of business schools. Ashish is an associate fellow at the Oxford Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies and the founder of The School of Business Schools. He gained his PhD in Business Education from New College, University of Oxford following research into curricular and pedagogical innovation at business schools.

The chat is taking place on Twitter and can be found by following the hashtag #bschoolfuture. We hope you will join what promises to be an informative and insightful debate – the subject is sure to divide opinions.

If you are interested in joining the debate all you need to do is:

  1. Tune into the discussion on Thursday 5 February at 18:00 (GMT) by typing #bschoolfuture into the Twitter search bar
  2. Contribute your thoughts – and include #bschoolfuture in your tweets
  3. Enjoy – as you are part of a discussion taking place amongst a host of other influential people in the field

How to Reform a Business School was born out of the criticism lately received by business schools and MBAs. Ashish studies the challenges of both and the lessons for the future. It is available to purchase from 16th February from Amazon and other retailers worldwide.

“If you want to know what the future MBA looks like – read this”

Professor Keith Grint, Warwick Business School

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