NZBusiness and Management

A changing world of business education

Modes and avenues of business learning are changing, as are the needs of business people and their organisations. And it seems that flexibility for students and competency-based education are on the rise.

Alexander Richter, a Professor in Information Systems at Wellington School of Business and Government and the academic programme leader of its new Executive Master of Business Administration (Executive MBA), says students in professional programmes today are looking for more flexibility and for programmes that allow them to choose what resonates with them.

Essentially, he says, it

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