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B-Schools and the 'Almighty Dollar'

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B-Schools and the 'Almighty Dollar' [#permalink] New post 09 Mar 2009, 22:11
B-Schools and the 'Almighty Dollar'

Business educators must acknowledge some accountability for the current economic conditions.

A business school dean argues that students should be taught the societal value of business, not profit at any cost

http://www.businessweek.com/bschools/co ... =rss_daily
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Re: B-Schools and the 'Almighty Dollar' [#permalink] New post 10 Mar 2009, 04:02
I agree with his point of view, but don't think it's as radical a change as he portrays it. Obviously I haven't spent a day in an MBA program yet so my perception could be off, but just judging from talking with students, faculty and admins during my school research, it seems that bschools are already moving in this direction.

And I think he should have left out the part about his own school - it makes the article seem somewhat self-serving. It turns the article into "A good business schools would have ethics and social responsibility embedded into everything...which is exactly what we do at my school!"
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Re: B-Schools and the 'Almighty Dollar'   [#permalink] 10 Mar 2009, 04:02
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