Tag Archives: Ethics

Success at All Costs

You’ve heard by now about the massive college admissions cheating scandal? In a nutshell, it’s a story of privileged people using wealth/influence to pave the way for their kids’ entry into elite universities. It has …

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Georgetown McDonough Creates New Institute for Ethics

Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has created the Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics (GISME), the school announced Tuesday. The new institute will tap scholars from across the university to apply …

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No Seats for Cheats at Today’s Business Schools

This post originally appeared on the U.S. News–Strictly Business MBA Admissions Blog. Green M.B.A.’s may be all the rage, but business school admissions is one department where the “reuse, repurpose, recycle” philosophy isn’t welcome. In …

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Checking In With Kellogg’s Dean Sally Blount

~A Stacy Blackman Exclusive~ It’s been a busy first year for Kellogg School of Management’s new dean, Sally Blount. Since coming on board last July, Blount has: overseen the launch of Kellogg’s new Think Bravely …

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Harvard Receives $12.3M Gift to Study Ethics

An intense focus on ethics isn’t new at business schools, which are still feeling the ripple effects of the worldwide financial crisis. Harvard University will once again ramp up its efforts in this area thanks …

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Yale SOM on MBA Oath: Forget Promises, Teach Values

Three professors from Yale School of Management generated a lot of buzz and commentary in the B-school universe earlier this week with their piece on teaching ethics to MBAs, published Monday by the Wall Street …

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