Therefore the work experience which is called off by Mintzberg should constitute the basis for the development and training given by the business schools. The book is worth every cent for that alone.
In my opinion the management is all about accepting the responsibility but in business schools there is not much mention about it. Henry MintzbergP.
It constitutes a separateever changing universe which can be in most cases hard to describe not to mention taught. For the management students it is difficult to imagine the real In my understanding he claims business schools produce consultants and analytics but not managers.
Firstly, he takes the unique view of dividing the conventional planning model vertically along budget, objective, strategy and program lines rather than cascading traditionally through corporate, business and functional lines down to actions.
In most cases MBA is a meaning of getting out of management than getting into it. For the management students it is difficult to imagine the real context of the issuesthe real people with their real characterscomplicated interpersonal connections and finally complexity of the business operation itself.
Managing is so closely related to lifeto the context of the job and the company.