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John Parkinson writes about Fewer and fewer MBA candidates are signing up for MIS programs, a troubling trend for America’s long-term competitiveness.
I think John makes some very valid points and his conclusion is right on:
It seems to me that we aren’t equipping our management graduates with the skills to see the possible solutions, and hence to continue to be able to compete and partner with the new commercial landscapes around the world. And that’s going to be a problem for the future CIO and everyone else.
Do you agree with John?
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