This is the first note of an intermittent and possibly eternal series on the failure of public language.
The executive education program of the Melbourne Business School has moved up to number 32 in the world list of the Financial Times. The Dean of the School, Zeger Degraeve, said that the move was the result of creating impact and value for clients. ‘This reflects the outcome of a consistent strategy pursued over a number of years – deep engagement in partnerships with our clients to understand their needs, and leverage our expertise in collaborative design and delivery.’
It does not look like they teach English or logic at that school.