Titel: Disrupt or Be Disrupted
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Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) Founded in1953 by the deans and admissions officers of leading schools ofbusiness and management, the Graduate Management Admission Council(GMAC) is owner and administrator of the Graduate ManagementAdmission Test (GMAT)--the most widely adopted and trustedadmissions exam of its kind. More than 2,000 schools in 110countries today use the GMAT exam to assess applicants to more than6,000 graduate business and management programs. With its vision ofbeing the leader in connecting talent and aspiration toopportunity, GMAC has expanded its business and staff--as wellas its membership--internationally and has adapted its role ingraduate management education to include professional development,industry-wide conferences, world-class research, productdevelopment, and the global promotion of management education.Today, the not-for-profit Council continues in its mission toimprove the discovery and evaluation of talent and deliver on itscore belief that business and management--and the teaching ofboth- are critical to the economic, social, and financialwell-being of people worldwide.
Brooks C. Holtom is associate professor of management at theMcDonough School of Business at Georgetown University.
Erich C. Dierdorff is associate professor of managementat the Driehaus College of Business at DePaul University inChicago.