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Take Survey: What they don’t teach in business school, but probably should

November 5, 2015
Borderless Leadership

As a keynote speaker at the Accreditation Council for Business Schools & Program’s annual conference in late November, Borderless will shed light on the real-world expectations of business school graduates.

Do you have a few thoughts on the subject?

At the below link, you can access a Borderless survey comprised of 6 simple questions to provide your perspectives on how business schools should evolve their curriculum to better align with corporate realities.  Your answers will remain anonymous, and Borderless will supply you with a summary report.



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