The newspaper looks at what impact the 2008 recession had on Canadian business schools and how the schools adapted their MBA programs to reflect the global and financial implications of a changed world economy.
Murali Chandrashekaran, Professor and Associate Dean, Professional Graduate Programs, is interviewed about the revamped MBA program, offered by Sauder's Robert H. Lee Graduate School, which now features elements such as global immersion, corporate social responsibility, ethics and behaviour in an international setting.
“The centre of gravity has changed for the global economic engine,” says Chandrashekaran. “There is so much we can learn from innovative institutions globally. It’s not just working on projects. It’s mobilizing knowledge in an interconnected world.”