Leaders in business schools around the world have been assessing the impact of the recent financial crisis.
The Broadcast PR Business has been talking to William Davila of IE Business School in Madrid who says that it has been important to extend what they teach in response to the crisis.
‘We have put in more teaching courses covering history and ethics because the past has such important lessons for us. It is important to be constantly innovating in the way we teach and to link our MBA and executive education courses to real world problems’, says William Davila, IE’s Director of International Development.
‘This is why we encourage so many students from different areas of the world – Africa, the Middle East, China as well as Europe – because they bring so many real life business problems to discuss in seminars – and this provides a diverse as well as dynamic learning environment.’
View our interview clip with William Davila below…and contact us about our leadership event for business schools being held at our offices in The Gherkin in January 2014.