MBA program leaders often find themselves in one of two situations – planning for the future or reacting to how other schools are adapting to the industry. A look back at 2015 and 2016 can help place some of these changes in perspective. This two year review will provide insight into how the industry is changing and how program administrators are adjusting to those changes.
This look back is high level and relies on a review of more than 2,250 non-academic and academic articles archived by the MBA News Digest, a news-aggregation service. While these articles may not totally represent what happened in graduate business education during this period, they do represent subjects that program managers, faculty members and editors thought were important enough to write about and publish. Some of what will be discussed is hopefully just distinctive – one-time occurrences. On the other hand, several recurring themes did surface.
Presenter: Rodney G. Alsup, D.B.A., CPA, CITP
Rodney is the founder of the MBA News Digest, a news aggregation service that provides B-School leaders access to information about what is happening in MBA programs and B-Schools around the world. He served as Assistant and Associate Dean for Graduate Business Programs at Kennesaw State University and as the EMBA Program Director. During this time, he helped create an Executive MBA for Physician Executives and negotiated and participated in the design of an on-site Executive MBA for BellSouth/Cingular/ATT Corporations. He also served as the first Director of the Georgia WebMBA Program where he helped create the Georgia WebMBA including curriculum development, faculty assignment, marketing and enrollment activities, and a revenue sharing plan along with four other Georgia universities. His international experience includes managing a joint Executive MBA program for Kennesaw State University and the Romanian-American Executive MBA Program of the Institute for Business and Public Administration-Bucharest (IBPAB)-ASEBUSS. He has a long-standing association with the MBA Roundtable. He served as President for two years and he served on the Board of Directors for more than 10 years. Rodney received his BBA and MBA degrees in Accounting from Eastern Kentucky University and DBA from the University of Kentucky. He resides in Durham, NC.
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