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Gearing up for this massive increase in demand represents a considerable undertaking for management schools particularly at a time when public support for higher education appears to be declining, relative to other sectors. With a combination of economic constraints and a rapidly growing demand a resort to technological solutions, routinisation and standardisation to increase productivity seems inevitable. Unfortunately the technification of the educational system has at least two undesirable consequences for management education.

P. Dutton, I976). Frederick Hirsch, Social Limits to Growth (Routledge & Kegan Paul, I977). IO. For a. useful summary of current global models see John M. Richardson, 'Global Modelling', Future, IO, 5 (Oct. I978) pp. 386404. II. Peter Teige, Willis Harman and Peter Scwartz, 'The Problem of Critical Problem Selecting', in Futures Research: New Directions, eds. Harold Linstone and W. H. Clive Simmonds (Addison-Wesley, I978) p. 230-249. I2. Lester R. Brown, Patricia L. McGrath and Bruce Stokes, 'The Population Problem in 22 Dimensions', Futurist, IO, 5 (Oct.

Major shifts in resource allocations, capital supplies and political power, both nationally and internationally are inevitable. Concurrently it is probable that the interdependency between (a) business and government and (b) the various countries of the world will increase. Intra-national and international interdependencies reflect the fact that the emerging problems are themselves not 'caused' by any one group or firm or nation. ). Global scarcity tends to heighten the need for interaction, trade and negotiations, as is apparent in the recent oil crisis events.

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