Contents of the Globalization Report

by John A. Byrne on

Foreword xi

1. Introduction 1

1.1. Importance and Urgency of the Subject 3

1.2. What is ‘‘Globalization’’? What Does It Mean to Be ‘‘Global’’? 7

1.3. Globalization of Business and Business Schools 9

1.4. Overview of the Chapters and a Summary of Some Key

Findings 21

2. The Global Nature of Management Education 31

2.1. Early Phase Globalization: The Global Emergence and

Diffusion of Management Education Models and Practices 32

2.2. Management Education Today: Characterizing the Global

Nature of Students 37

2.3. Management Education Today: Characterizing the Global

Nature of Providers 51

2.4. What Today’s Landscape Means for Globalization of

Management Education 77

3. The Fault Lines of Management Education Globalization 79

3.1. The Promise of Globalization 79

3.2. The Fault Lines of Globalization 82

3.3. Implications 102

4. Responses to Forces of Change: A Focus on Curricular Content 105

4.1. The Curricular Imperative 106

4.2. Barriers to Globalizing Curricula 111

4.3. Globalizing Curricular Content 115

4.4. Structuring Global Content: Insertion, Infusion, and

Interlock 125

4.5. Structuring Global Experiences: Immersion and Interlock 139

4.6. Assessment of Learning Outcomes 150

4.7. Summary 155

5. Responses to Forces of Change: A Focus on Structures

and Processes 157

5.1. Augmenting Capabilities through Strategic Partnerships 158

5.2. Collaborative Degree Program Models 170

5.3. Establishing a Presence Abroad 175

5.4. Faculty Strategies 180

5.5. Pulling It All Together/Building a Strategy 193

6. Summary and Implications 201

6.1. Globalization of Management Education: Benefits to Global

Society 202

6.2. Performance 205

6.3. Challenges to the Globalization of Management Education 211

6.4. Implications for Management Educators 216

6.5. Role of Industry-Wide Initiatives 223

6.6. Our Appeal to Governments and Policy Makers 230

6.7. Recommendations for Additional Research 231

6.8. Concluding Remarks 233

Appendix: Case Studies of Business School Globalization Strategies 235

China Europe International Business School 236

Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business 245

ESSEC Business School Paris-Singapore 256

Fundac- a˜o Getulio Vargas-Sa˜o Paulo, Escola de Administrac- a˜o

de Empresas de Sa˜o Paulo (FGV-EAESP) 266

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST),

School of Business and Management 275

Stanford University, Graduate School of Business 283

The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business 292

University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management 299

University of South Carolina, Moore School of Business 308


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