These articles were a great read, not just in terms of their intuitive nature but also for anyone practicing for AWA
But on a serious note, what in everyones opinion is the relevance of Harvards highly publicized "Case Study model" of teaching in classes. I this there was a refference to it in the first article also. Undoubtedly the second article hits the target bang on when it says that an MBA is not some sort of authoritative stamp of a great management professional. It is merely a qualification.
Interestingly, while Harvard and Stanford are based no one seems to have any complaints about good ol Wharton, and i am not even sure if they have a mandatory requirement on the ethics classes as Harvard now does.
Do fill in the blanks guys