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“What happens if Harvard Business School will get “Off-Line”? — Somebody else will do it!”
—Andreas Weber, Founder ValueAcademy

 

Critical Thoughts by Şükran Ceren Salalı, Value Communication Fellow

 

As I have already mentioned in my previous blog post, people debate a lot about whether disruptive innovation has benefits as much as it is told or not. Not only companies, but also different institutions voice their opinion about these new “disruptive” and “destructive” techniques of innovation. One of the questions raised by these voices is whether Harvard Business School enters the business of online education or not? If yes, how should they do that?

There are many different answers and approaches from university administrators and professors. Even the NYT reported about it. Some of them supported the idea to open online education platforms, while others hesitate to lose benefits and popularity. For instance, as you can follow it from the text, Prof. Porter supports the idea itself to some extent but highlights the importance of keeping the existing strategy of school whereas Prof. Christensen sees already existing online education system not as a “disruptive innovation” but as a “sustaining innovation”.  The reason for that, probably, once they enter the online education sector, they will have more students but then they should decrease costs. In other terms, as one of the best and most prosperous universities, they may lose their profits.

 

Our Take: You can’t do value education without disruptive Value Innovation

I think, in the age of digital transformation, education needs to get some disruptive innovation as well. Maybe, we can call it “digital education”. Digital Education allows many applicants around the world to benefit from online education platforms via several tools such as iPhone, iPad and other portable instruments. Considering all of these, I am pretty surprised that how as one of the top ranked and most successful universities, Harvard Business School, has a dilemma about entering online education.

In my opinion, education must be available for everyone and it should also be in suitable prices. If they value education, they should be open to disruptive innovations as well as many students and applicants.

 

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© 2014 by Andreas Weber, Value Communication AG, Mainz/Germany

 

By Şükran Ceren Salalı, Value Communication Fellow

 

Is your knowledge always up-to-date?

Wouldn’t it be great to know already today what will be relevant tomorrow?

 

Crucial: You cannot know what you don’t now! — Right?

Today, technology innovation is far more crucial for company’s success than before. However, compared to the past, it is more difficult to keep up with rapid technological progress. For that purpose, Value Academy offers a unique proposition which provides an overview of facts, knowledge and above all the knowledge that is needed to make the right decisions in the shortest possible time. Value Academy uses “Knowledge on Demand” concept in order to understand what will be relevant for tomorrow with a modular system and an Academic Team.


How it works:

In order to get access to the services and benefits of Value Academy, you can select your program, select your knowledge area, and then sign in for Workshops, Coachings, Executive Briefings, Webcasts or experience the Value Art & Communication Lab. The structure of Value Academy is consisting of three parts such as modular, networked and knowledge-based system that serves as a back-up in market-and customer-oriented relations on the verge of correcting companies deficiencies on communication with understandable solutions.


Your Benefits:

Value Academy has a modular system with “Innovation and Transformation Task Force” and an Academic Team that provide modular options without schematic routine treatment. The system is cooperated with independent knowledge partners and interdisciplinary skills on technology, marketing and media tools. At the end, successful attendees receive a Value Academy Certification.

 

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