Survey doesn't quite add up

October 24, 2003

Warwick Business School's MBA programme has been assessing how effective it is in creating the business leaders of tomorrow. Scott Dacko, lecturer in marketing and strategic management, asked students how closely the course's emphasis on particular skills matched their priorities.

However, your pedantic correspondent cannot help but worry that his results - while precise - are inaccurate. Dr Dacko found that "the emphasis on planning and organising was about right at 101 per cent as was the emphasis on written communication at 103 per cent".

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