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2009 saw MBAs take a lot of criticism for their role in banking failures and the economic downturn, so does the MBA need to change? What should MBAs learn? Should ethics and sustainability be part of an MBA?
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Re: What do you want from an MBA? (Survey) [#permalink]
02 Dec 2010, 06:10
I just took it... but I am not sure wether the applicant wish is the most important for BS: after all, they have to make money, and have international recognition (and prestige): I think it is the best way for them to attract people.
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