is one of few of the World including the very modern matters concerning the new
ways to do the business.
articles published in Business 2.0, National Post, the Chicago
Sun-Times, and the Chronicle of Higher Education, Stanford Business
School Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer stated that you may be just as
successful in your career if you do a two or three week boot camp on
business basics instead of a two-year MBA.
we complement: Or
a similar course through the Internet, as our MBAs.
Professor Pfeiffer analyzed 40 years of
research on the economic value of a MBA degree. He ended that it does
not guarantee a successful career or a higher salary. His research was
published in an issue of the Academy of Management Learning
and Education. Stanford graduate student Christina Fong was his
Dr. Pfeiffer is an expert in organizational behavior and has taught at
elite American business schools for over 30 years.
He says: "Obviously, if you get admitted to Harvard or Stanford or
another elite school, the very fact of your admission is going to
increase your worth in the job market. Employers who hire brand-name
MBA graduates do so because of the quality of the student body at the
school, not whether the students have acquired specific skills or
knowledge with their degrees."
He also said "Little of what is taught to students in business school
prepares them for the corporate workplace. One problem is that much of
the business school curriculum has remained unchanged since the 1960s."
MBA are designed to teach the modern business technologies used in any
modern company. Actually, only 2% of the MBA curriculum teach these
modern business technologies.
"U.S. schools have also become slaves to magazine rankings, leading
them to develop coddling devices such as professor-written lesson
summaries to bolster their "student satisfaction" appraisals. When
students are relieved of any sense of responsibility for their learning
... they learn much less."
"A recent report from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of
Business, the primary accrediting body in North America lambasted its
maintaining a curriculum
that is out of touch with modern business practices.
said that preparation for the rapid pace of business cannot be obtained
from textbooks and cases" said Professor Pfeffer.
From the begin, we designed our MBA programs to overcome the
difficulties inherent in MBA programs and business schools in the USA
waste thousands of hours of your time on a standard MBA when you can
spend more or less 100-150 hours - only approximately four hours/week,
in your home - on an online very modern MBA through the Internet, as
our Next-Generation MBAs?
New Ways to do the Management and the New MBA
modern and imperative matters are covered in our Next-Generation MBA of
Business Administration & e-Company. The old and standard
Business Administration concepts included in any current MBA program
are very important, but today the companies are very different.
new situation strongly demands a MBA program including the General
Control Theory, the control engineering, the new business technologies,
the Management by Exception concept automated by computer systems, the
Feedback Control System, etc.
Next-Generation MBA of Business Administration & e-Company
cannot be compared with a traditional MBA Master. He also teaches the
traditional basic principles of a MBA Master, but in a much more
concentrated way. But if we refer about a more modern business
administration, our course is better because he teaches matters like
CIO, Virtualization, CRM, ERP, VOIP, SCM, Call Centers, TeleCommuter,
Geo-Spatial, etc., that nows are the most demanded subjects by the
Because of that, our Next-Generation MBA of Business Administration
& e-Company is also used as a complementation for any
traditional MBA Master, that usually does not include those contents.
point is very important. Because we have a strong technologic
background and the today's different nature of the business, our
MBA program covers the major business disciplines from an conceptual
and information technology perspectives,
considers the business and technology issues facing todays companies.
business is more and more the technology, and vice-versa.
The companies are more and more electronics,
as for examples the ERP Enterprise Resources Planning, the CRM Customer
Relationship Management, the Voice over IP VoIP, the sophisticated Call
Centers, the SCM, the BPM and Workflow, the Business Automation, the
Business Intelligence, the Internet Marketing & Sales,
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