I am an MBA student from Germany at the beginning of writing my master thesis about comparing DT education in selected Business schools. I am forced to focus my research to few business schools due to the limited time given. I must admit the wealth of information out there is fascinating but overwhelming...
I would much appreciate any info and input regarding curricula, educational methods, literature, contacts (educators and students and professionals).
As to the busines schools, there are currently no business schools in Germany that have DT in their curriculum. The ESMT used to have it until Prof. Billou left. At the WHU and University of Koblenz they had a seminar last year but it was an introduction. The other initiatives are coops with the d-school in Potsdam. There is one late-night course at TU Munich which is also sort of an intro in coop with Gravity Europe.
Outside of Germany, there is St Gallen which has a good programme in coop with Larry Leifer. There is of course Stanford d.school in the USA. You might also want to take a look at Rotman in Canada and at Harvard. There is also a good programme in Slovakia (Bratislava). Those are the ones directly attached to Business schools.
There are other DT (-like) facilities at New York, TU Delft, in Denmark (ie Kaospilots), in Sweden, one opening up in Finnland and one in Paris. There also are courses in Brazil, Korea and one in China (again, not directly affiliated with Business Schools).
The facilities I am speaking about are not pure design oriented but have a strong interdisciplinary setup. You might also want to check design schools but Design Thinking (to me) describes a process involving engineers, businesspeople and humanities.