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The university—with more than an 800-year history—has taken on many purposes on behalf of many external stakeholders. These purposes have accumulated over different points in time for the benefit of different stakeholders. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that these purposes—having been “grafted” together—are, at best, non-synergistic, and at worst, conflicting (e.g., research versus teaching, fielding a competitive football team versus academic integrity). Business schools operate on that same principle. They have various stakeholders and are pliable in taking on non-synergistic purposes requested by stakeholders and benefactors.
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- The Purpose of the University
Edward W. Miles
- Chapter 5
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