A thoughtful and highly informed newcomer to the MBA blogging scene is BizDeansTalk.
Tuck’s Dean Paul Danos and Instituto de Empresa’s Dean Santiago Iniquez
are the main authors. They have also invited guests Della Bradshaw,
Business Education Editor of the Financial Times, and Kai
Peters, CEO Ashridge Business School, as guest bloggers. All the
authors are busy people, and I hope they will find the time to blog
more frequently than they have been doing, but I have found their posts
to be most worthwhile. I recommend this blog certainly to anyone
applying to Tuck and Empressa, but even to others interested in
thought-leaders on the MBA scene.
Currently they are discussing the role of research at business schools. Obviously, this exchange was triggered by the Bennis and O’Toole article that I mentioned yesterday and discussed more extensively several months ago. I look forward to their comments on the DeAngelo/Zimmerman article that I critiqued yesterday.
A blogging (former) b-school dean of HEC writes the Cyberlibris blog. He comments on the difference between the American and European models of business education, another topic discussed earlier on BizDeansTalk.