Towards a Liberal Management Education
This paper seeks to outline the element of a liberal management education that would attend to the full human development of undergraduate management students enabling them to exercise the responsibility and leadership that the profession and practice of business and management require. It places such an education in the context of the global university today, and points to the shortcomings in management education as it is currently taught, the challenges facing implementation, and finishes with the example of Singapore Management University.
Enlightenment, Global university, Higher and lower faculties, Liberal arts, Management education, Singapore, Undergraduates
Business | Higher Education
Strategy and Organisation
Journal of Management Development
HARNEY, Stefano and THOMAS, Howard.
Towards a Liberal Management Education. (2013). Journal of Management Development. 32, (5), 508-524. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/lkcsb_research/3655