Earlier this week, the Financial Times published an article summarizing the results of a recent study, conducted at MIT’s Sloan School of Management. The study asked MBA students whether they care about working for a company with environmentally friendly policies. The answer was: not much. Only a quarter of students replied that they examined a company’s environmental record. The study was interesting in that it showed where MBA’s personal values intersect with professional aspirations. To read the entire article and learn more about the concerns of current MBA’s, read here. Stacy Blackman Consulting President, Stacy Blackman, was also quoted in the article.
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