What if someone asked "What if?"
Boston University School of Management
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MBC (MANAGEMENT BY CURIOSITY) The great advances always come from asking the right questions. The questions throughout this booklet reflect some of the ways Boston University School of Management alumni have transformed academic experience into professional results. Curiosity is a positive force, because good management is about exploring, not accepting. It's about revision, refinement, and rethinking rather than regurgitation. It's a matter of taking the heat rather than taking shelter. It's a career of challenging yourself and your employees continually to improve the quality of your products and service. And it's the kind of management you'll learn at Boston University.
Research Highlights was a newsletter highlighting the research being done at the Boston University School of Management (Questrom School of Business).
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