New Normal Initiatives Prompts U.S. Business Schools to Enhance Curricula

Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences, 7(3), 423-432, 2016

10 Pages Posted: 19 Mar 2016

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Orlando Rivero

Keiser University

Otto Federico von Feigenblatt

Real Academia de Doctores de España

Date Written: February 12, 2016

Abstract

The purpose of this article is to seek an understanding as to how organizations are able to evolve despite the challenges attributable to the increase of competition and the reduction of resources. Studies have suggested that the lack of leadership is to blame for promoting misguided organizational change. Other experts suggest that corporate leaders who lack emotional intelligence (EI) are equally to blame for organizational failure. The “New Normal” continues to be a focal point of discussion among corporate leaders. Additionally, not only should leaders be critical thinkers and lead by example, they should have an understanding of internal and external factors associated with the overall organizational setting. Moreover, universities/colleges throughout America continue to expand their curricula to better prepare future corporate leaders. Additionally, the inclusion of EI initiatives within university/college undergraduate and graduate curricula is a high priority for most university administrators to meet U.S. job market requirements.

Keywords: emotional intelligence, curricula, corporations, administrators, new normal

Suggested Citation

Rivero, Orlando and von Feigenblatt, Otto Federico, New Normal Initiatives Prompts U.S. Business Schools to Enhance Curricula (February 12, 2016). Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences, 7(3), 423-432, 2016, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2749157

Orlando Rivero

Keiser University ( email )

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Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
United States

Otto Federico Von Feigenblatt (Contact Author)

Real Academia de Doctores de España ( email )

Madrid
Spain

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