Making Global MBAs explores the new business possibilities globalism has opened up, and the ways modern MBA programs prepare their students to exploit them.
What does this book cover?
Making Global MBAs: The Culture of Business and the Business of Culture is Number 47 in the esteemed California Series in Public Anthropology. It has been fully updated to reflect the practices of modern-day MBA programs, especially those which are specifically global in scope. It looks at business education as a culture, and explores how and why that culture exists as it is.
Just a few of the topics this book addresses include:
About the Author
Professor Andrew Orta teaches at the at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he specialises in Anthropology and Ethnography. He is an expert in this filed, and is perhaps best known as the author of Catechizing Culture: Missionaries, Aymara, and the “New Evangelization”.
Now, he seeks to pass some of this expertise on to you in this in-depth guide to the culture, practices and ethnography of many top American international MBA programs.