Video Viewpoints: Ross’s Dean Dolan on Ethics, Executive Compensation
The University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business has posted a new video interview with dean Robert Dolan discussing ways in which the Ross School’s general management curriculum and emphasis on action based-learning produces resilient managers positioned to succeed in today’s turbulent economy.
He answers such question as:
Do business students need incentives to pursue less lucrative careers?
Should business schools sign off on students’ ethics?
How should executive bonuses be regulated?
Click on the video link above to hear more about Dolan’s views on the value of a general management education, the integration of ethics into coursework and trends in executive pay.
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