Business Schools: A Failing Grade on EthicsMary C. Gentile
Whether you were among those who lauded the clarity of President Barack Obama's recent inaugural address, or those who bemoaned the lack of "quotable quotes," most listeners heard his call for an "era of responsibility" loud and clear. In fact, when he turned to the topic uppermost on our minds—the economic downturn—he plainly stated that our current woes are the result not only of "greed and irresponsibility on the part of some," but also, and more importantly for our path out of this mess, the "collective failure to make hard choices" by the rest of us. Interestingly, this analysis is the blueprint for redressing what has gone wrong in business education over the past decades.
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