Graduate business schools are not in the habit of teaching existentialism for fun and profit. But it’s possible that today’s captains of commerce are missing a big opportunity to better understand tomorrow’s economic environment.
For a new school of educators, replacing Taylor and Ford with Nietzsche and Kierkegaard is compulsory in a world where discontinuity, doubt, and disruption are the only corporate certainties.
Broadcast: Sun 6 Dec 2015, 5:30pm
Senior lecturer in management
Honorary Senior Fellow,
School of historical and philosophical studies