The Open University Business School: both leaders and followers
If academia is to be viewed as a "bubble" as this article suggests, then I like to see the Open University as an "open bubble". It has a porous membrane which allows ideas and concepts to travel both inwards and outwards. So it is a part of the "real" world in that a large proportion of students and tutors are not rooted only in academia but are part of the "real world" that exists beyond the college walls. This allows an exchange of knowledge and ideas. Ideas tempered in the world of business and management, as well as in education. This has to be a better way of learning about business: being present in both worlds - business and college, where ideas can travel between and inform both. I am sure Henry Mintzberg would like what we do at the OUBS.
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