The Globe and Mail: Learning curve: Business schools are in a race to learn new survival skills

By Jennifer Lewington

When Cody Littlefield decided on a career pivot last January, he chose a master of business administration degree as a reliable way to leapfrog from one industry to another. The 32-year-old former United States Army logistics officer, married to a Canadian and working part-time in Toronto, is considering pursuing a career in marketing or joining a startup.

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