Archive for the ‘Critical Skills’ Category

Learning About Learning Agility

Posted on: April 30th, 2014 by CPTadmin No Comments

Leaders who refuse to let go of entrenched behaviors or don’t recognize the nuances in different situations tend to derail, whereas successful leaders continue to develop on the job. Learning agility is a mindset and collection of practices that allow leaders to continually develop, grow, and utilize new strategies — equipping them for the increasingly complex problems they face in their organizations.

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Multicultural Critical Theory. At B-school?

Posted on: January 4th, 2013 by CPTadmin No Comments

Learning how to think critically — how to imaginatively frame questions and consider multiple perspectives — has historically been associated with a liberal arts education, not a business school curriculum. But business executives operating in a fast-changing, global market are realizing the value of thinking more nimbly across multiple frameworks, cultures and disciplines. How are MBA programs responding?

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