The inability of the current model of business education to produce "future-ready" graduates has prompted the ANU Research School of Management to propose a revolutionary new approach to business education.
Working with the International Center for Evidence-Based Management in the Netherlands, the ANU Research School of Management launched the world's first suite of evidence-based graduate business programs in 2017.
Professor Keating explains that this is a completely new approach to business education. "Our school has re-designed our programs to equip students with the skills to identify, evaluate and apply the best available evidence to inform more effective decision making."
The business environment is changing, and Professor Keating argues that the way we educate our future business leaders needs to respond. "We need to train students to become critical and analytical thinkers that can extract insight from the data and information that surrounds them, and then apply this insight to have a positive impact on the world around them."
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