Some Ideas on Education in the Management Sciences
The brevity of this statement hardly permits a position to be presented fully let alone defended adequately. Hence what follows are a set of assertions whose baldness gives them a dogmatic tone that they are not intended to have. Enough of apologies. There is no more space to spare. This discussion is divided into what I consider to be the four essential parts of an educational program in the Management Sciences: Foundations, Fundamentals, Frontiers, and Facility.
Volume (Year): 17 (1970)
Issue (Month): 2 (October)
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