The coming of the 21st Century is challenging traditional organizational models and assumptions on people and work itself. The knowledge-based economy calls for a renewed focus on human capital not as a cost, but as asset. This entails fundamental new ways of organizing and, more important a rethinking of management education. This paper tries to outline the implications of this paradigm shift for modern education management, drawing from the e-Business Management School five year’s experimentations in new ways of creating human capital.

Creating Human capital suitable for leading the 21st century organisations: the case of the e-Business Management School

SECUNDO, Giustina
2005

Abstract

The coming of the 21st Century is challenging traditional organizational models and assumptions on people and work itself. The knowledge-based economy calls for a renewed focus on human capital not as a cost, but as asset. This entails fundamental new ways of organizing and, more important a rethinking of management education. This paper tries to outline the implications of this paradigm shift for modern education management, drawing from the e-Business Management School five year’s experimentations in new ways of creating human capital.
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Human Capital Creation; Management Education; Business Schools; Learning in action.
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