How business schools should be preparing for MOOCs

I presented at the Australia New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) institutional members meeting in Sydney this morning.

My key message — in the wake of the Georgia Tech-Udacity tie-up — is that business schools ought to be preparing for a top 100 business school getting in on the act in the not too distant future by offering an MBA for $7000.

A good risk management strategy would be to digitise the MBA curriculum to provide greater flexibility, and take steps to promote digital literacies among faculty.

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