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Best B-Schools

for people preparing for a career as a CCO, what are the best B-schools (esp. eager to hear from people inside these programs) at some point we will do a ranking

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In the world of the CCO, this is an urgent training. If you are just coming up, where's the best place to go to school. I have taught at the Harvard Business School so I know this is a distinctly unhelpful place to get a degree. Northwestern recently lost virtually everyone who had cultural competence, specially John Sherry and Rob Kozinets.

Please, could I encourage people to sing out with candidates for best CCO B-School. And then I would love to hear from people actually in the program on what its like there.

Let's include design schools, too.

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Thoughts on the Miami Ad School, please

Does anyone have direct experience. I like their subtitle. The School of Pop Culture Engineering.See the website at www.miamiadschool.comContinue

Started by Grant McCracken Sep 11, 2009.

Thoughts on the Miami Ad School, please

Does anyone have direct experience. I like their subtitle. The School of Pop Culture Engineering.See the website hereContinue

Started by Grant McCracken Sep 11, 2009.

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Comment by Joshua Dresner on March 9, 2011 at 11:53am
I have just seen this Masters programme offered at the University of Copenhagen - Msc in Anthropology and People Centered Business http://anthropology.ku.dk/studies/mscapcb/ - have you guys heard of anything like this in North America? How do you rate the programme?
Comment by Grant McCracken on March 9, 2011 at 11:56am
Joshua, great addition, thanks, lots of talented people there.  See also the VCU Brand center.  Thanks, Grant
Comment by Joshua Dresner on March 9, 2011 at 12:02pm
Thanks for that quick response. Had a quick scan of the VCU website. It looks fantastic - but does cost $20,000 a year. The Copenhagen Masters Programme is free for EU citizens!
Comment by Olivia Abtahi on March 11, 2011 at 4:53pm
I think it's important to learn CCO skills in the country you want to gain work in. I mean, it's all about culture, right? If you can land a gig in Denmark, more power to you!

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