MBA Ethics Debate, Curriculum Changes Make Headlines Again

We recently posted a story on how Harvard Business School revamped its curriculum in response to the financial crisis, and earlier this week, Fortune Magazine dove into the hot-button issue with its piece, MBAs get schooled in ethics.

Self-examination has led to the addition of new courses at Tuck School of Business, NYU Stern, Stanford GSB and Harvard to make the curricula less theoretical and technical, and more interdisciplinary and focused on real-world social consequences. For a closer look at the issue, read the complete story here.

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