Tag Archives: Ethics

Fellowships for Ethical MBAs

The William G. McGowan Charitable Fund has created a unique Fellows Program designed to inspire emerging leaders to make ethical and societal concerns part of their ongoing corporate ethos by offering full second-year tuition scholarships …

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New Deans Changing the B-School Agenda

The new slate of deans taking the helm at Harvard Business School, Kellogg School of Management, Yale School of Management and other top programs will have their work cut out for them. Thursday’s Wall Street …

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$1.5M Gift for Leadership, Ethics Ed. at Smith

The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business will receive $1.5 million from the BB&T Foundation to support business ethics and leadership programs, the school announced today. Awarded over a …

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Biggest B-School Stories of 2009

As the New Year looms and the aughts come to an end, we at Stacy Blackman Consulting think the time is ripe to reflect on the major news and trends that defined the B-school scene …

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MBAs Now More Concerned With Ethics

The financial crash has made business schools more concerned about ethical behavior, new research suggests, and programs can no longer be  accused of turning out MBA graduates focused solely on shareholder value. Michael Prest‘s …

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B-School Ethics Receive Renewed Scrutiny

The tsunami-sized turmoil slamming Wall Street and beyond has many observers railing against greed and a lack of ethics in the corporate world. If the top brass from AIG, Lehman Brothers, Bear Stearns and their …

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