Coronavirus pandemic accelerates shift in MBA market

Elvera Bartels

All through his 22 years at the College of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Small business University, Doug Shackelford has assisted its MBA programme adapt to a variety of significant financial shocks. Subsequent the turmoil just after the dotcom bubble burst and the 9/11 terror assaults, he assisted lead the school as head of tutorial affairs. Then in the economic downturn that adopted the financial crisis, Kenan-Flagler set up an on line version of the programme — [email protected]

Mr Shackelford, who has been the school’s dean for the earlier 6 years, claims the coronavirus pandemic is by far the biggest problem to the MBA.

“I would be shocked if there is any school that can get the hit that has transpired to our sector and make income,” he claims. “We were likely to run another massive surplus this 12 months but now we are striving to minimise the deficit.”

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