We’ve been watching the changes in the bschool ecosystem since the world got upended in March and have been repeatedly surprised — and surprised again when we studied the class profiles of some top schools.
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But yeah. Talk about being opportunistic and willing to innovate.
If you’re interested in learning about when to take risks and how to seize the moment, MIT Sloan is modeling that behavior in their admissions department and from the top of the leadership, in how they’re running the school.
You’d think that innovation and quick thinking and bold action would be the norm at all business schools everywhere, given, you know, the business they’re in.
It’s surprisingly rare.
MIT is eating their competitions’ lunch.
No wonder everyone wants to go there.
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