On this blog, we’ve explored extensively the idea that business schools in particular are ripe for MOOC disruption.
This video interview with Karl Ulrich and Christian Terwiesch, both professors at the Wharton School discusses why MBAs are especially susceptible to disruption, the new ways people are interacting with technology, and how MOOCs present both opportunities and threats for business schools.
The video is a bit long (just over 30 minutes), but it is worth a watch. Also, visit YouTube to check out other videos on the Knowledge@Wharton channel. Here is a post about Ulrich and Terwiesch’s research: Do MOOCs spell the end of business schools?