Society Counts On Its MBAs
When I was a civil engineering student in 1981, I complained about my test grade to the professor. "Did you know that 114 people died in Kansas City when an atrium bridge in the Hyatt Regency collapsed because of a civil engineering mistake?" he replied. I then realized that I had a greater responsibility than grubbing for the maximum grade with the least effort. I had a responsibility to society to learn the subject matter to the best of my ability.
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