July 01, 2014 1 min read 0 Comments
"Business schools, stuck for a century in the case study methodology of the 1920s, have increasingly been investing in new technologies to teach students the core concepts of management. But there is one technology they seem to have overlooked …"
Very nice that FT picked this piece up (and that Steve Hodges worked on it with me!), especially since the original title was “Video games should replace business schools.” (FT backed off the title but, to their credit, not off the piece …)
We probably buried the lead though. If you read nothing else in this article, please go to the last two paragraphs. Given my work in Cambodia now, this is the stuff that I really care about. I’ve spent my career making rich people richer, but I feel much more human when I am trying to do something to make poor folks a little less poor.