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The radicalization of the multiversity: the case of the networked business school

Lars T. Moratis (Rotterdam School of Management/Faculteit Bedrijfskunde, Erasmus University, Rotterdam)
Peter J. van Baalen (Rotterdam School of Management/Faculteit Bedrijfskunde, Erasmus University, Rotterdam)

International Journal of Educational Management

ISSN: 0951-354X

Article publication date: 1 July 2002

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Abstract

Transformations in the context of higher education urge educational institutions to (re)position and (re)organize themselves to counter the challenges these transformations bring. Especially regarding universities and business schools, organizations that encompass a broad range of communities, operations, and activities, these transformations result in the radicalization of what Kerr has called the multiversity. The rationale of this radicalization is to be found in the trends and developments in the contemporary context of higher education. This article presents the networked business school as a response to this radicalization within the field of management education and management learning, since network organization seems to offer a lot of possibilities and benefits to the organization of business schools.

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Moratis, L.T. and van Baalen, P.J. (2002), "The radicalization of the multiversity: the case of the networked business school", International Journal of Educational Management, Vol. 16 No. 4, pp. 160-168. https://doi.org/10.1108/09513540210432137

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