Could Someone Publish The Top Mba Schools
Q: with their average GMAT scores and acceptance rates, please?
A:TOP Schools: Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, Penn Wharton, CMU Tepper, Chicago, Berkeley Haas, MIT Sloan, Dartmouth Tuck, Northwestern Kellog.. GMAT close to 600 was the average for top20s in 1980s.. that's when aacsb.edu was only 20 schools.. dunno if they watered them down since like they did for SAT.. Greed has made MBAs useless after 1995.. the wrong students, the wrong faculty, the wrong courses.. American Business Schools are seedbeds of leftist propaganda. What's worse, the net result is students who learn to kiss up for fear of arousing leftists lunatics and see the kissing up as a substitute for ethics. Ultimately the charade of modern business schools thrives because they delude greedy but temperamentally unsuitable students into thinking that people skills can be taught from books in adulthood and not in early childhood from more basic experiences. Many professors of business schools never practiced business, or if they did, they seek to avenge their short but traumatic experience. With the advent of differential pay, faculty from other disciplines (engineering, economics, psychology) transfer to b-schools without any real interest in their subject. Peter Drucker and Michael Porter made more of their mark in the popular press, because they were too lazy to work in the serious journals. Since a lot of business is psychology and sociology, cultism, started by none other than Freud, is rampant. Let's examine their teachings. Participative management came to us via Myrdal Scandinavia and Tito Yugoslavia and was largely based on the Tavistok studies whose sample size was a mere thirty. This was foisted on Japan by a MacArthur who believed that a little socialism was needed to combat resurgence of fascism. Yet in the 1980s leftist faculty found all sorts of things the Japanese themselves wanted to get rid of to try to impose on us. Do these gurus today apologize now that Japan is in trouble? No, they seek to have us emulate communist China, or the "knowledge" feudalism of the university. Wait, didn't the university-style environment they promote cause Arthur Andersen and KPMG so much trouble? Did they ever tell you that large USA made cars weren't the problem in the 1970s, but that gas prices made consumers buy smaller USA-name cars made with defective Asian parts and yet somehow the peaceniks who rebelled and bought "pacifist" Japanese cars turned this into something else. Also, as USA education was deteriorating, our mechanics weren't telling us the reason they preferred foreign cars was because they had no clue how to upkeep the computerised USA 1980s carborateurs. Now, as customer service has become automated and effectively plummeted to 1970s levels, did anyone mention it was caused by the petroleum inflationary environment, and the excellent customer service of the 1985-95 era was due to low inflation, as inflation is intimately involved with mass paranoia and irrationality? The captains of American Industry didn't believe in democratic capitalism: Henry Ford was denied WW2 mil contracts because of his Nazi ties, Edison's sidekick Steinmetz was a socialist, and John D Rockefeller believed the monopolistic efficiency of his Standard Oil was theocratically mandated; It should therefore be of no surprise that these "captains of industry" set up business schools that didn't believe in the American way of business.
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