The Learning Curve Book – Santiago Iniguez

The Learning Curve Book - Santiago Iniguez

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Reviews by Management Education stakeholders

October 10, 2011

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“This book is a must read for those who want a succinct analysis of what created the vast current world of management education and who want views and opinions from a key global participant in that world who does not match to the conventional drummer.” – Paul Danos, Dean of Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and author of the book’s Foreword

“In this far-ranging assessment, Santiago Iñiguez, returns to the core question of how business schools can accelerate the development of spirited leaders, those who learn, fight, and proceed with passion and virtue.” – Ted Snyder, Dean, Yale School of Management

“Few Institutions are likely to make as many changes over the next few years than business schools – and this book brilliantly addresses this, i.e. what fundamental changes we can expect and why. Making good executive
development even better is what this book is all about!” – Peter Lorange, President, Lorange Institute of Business, Zurich (previous President of IMD)

“Santiago has actively debated his ideas on business education through a series of blogs and digital media posts over the last five or six years. Using this material as a base, he provides here a synthesis of his evolving views about the nature of business education. He also develops some comprehensive projections about the future of business schools. It is, in essence, a thorough and insightful treatment of Santiago’s passage and ‘learning curve’ from MBA student to Dean to President of a leading European business school. It is a welcome addition to the field.” – Howard Thomas, Dean and LKCSB Chair in Strategic Management, Lee Kong Chian School of Business

“Today, says Santiago Iñiguez, is a critical time for higher education generally.
It faces novel challenges in the form of new technologies, globalization, and ‘Generation Y’. The Learning Curve is based on the concept that business schools (relatively new arrivals on the higher education scene) are useful models of how to respond. This timely, comprehensive, and constructive book examines the key issues now facing all educators through the prism of the past, present, and future of the world’s leading business schools.” – Eric Cornuel, Director General and CEO, EFMD

“The Learning Curve is a must-read for anyone who believes, like I do, that quality management education is essential to a productive, healthy, and sustainable society. Professor Iñiguez draws comfortably from art, history and philosophy, as well as business strategy, to discuss the issues facing business schools as they enter an exciting, but still undefined, new era. The result is a book of crystal clear explanations, creative models, and inspired solutions.” – Dan Le Clair, Vice President and Chief Knowledge Officer, AACSB International

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