How the pandemic has changed teaching and what students expect from it
As Covid-19 moves to the next – hopefully less dangerous – phase after two painful years, companies are adapting to the new era. While the pandemic has not changed everything, it has certainly accelerated change in the MBA.
In the workplace, technology has facilitated the transition to teleworking, while forcing employees to adapt to remote management. It has also exacerbated the risk of fraud, information overload and manipulation, including “deep counterfeiting”.
In business schools, e-learning and blended learning have helped to ensure continuity and improve accessibility, despite restrictions on travel and face-to-face activities. In doing so, they have also slightly reduced their education-related carbon footprint.
However, the transition to digital has raised concerns about how to provide quality internships when they are carried out remotely, how to interact with different countries and corporate cultures, and how to promote intimacy and teamwork. a team that nurtures strong alumni networks.
Newcomers and MBA resumes
Technology has also intensified competition from competing content providers, whether they are business schools or start-ups, while increasing pressure. […]
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