Rethinking business schools

    Can a graduate business program shape the morality of students? The global financial crisis has forced B Schools to rethink their core curriculums. A list of courses such as strategy, risk management, finance and accounting may include an ethics course on Common Sense. Measuring long-term performance rather than focusing on stock price and adjusting compensation structures to the down economy are new leadership principals MBA students may be examining this fall. Our guests, JUDITH SAMUELSON, Executive Director of the Aspen Institute Business and Society Program and RAKESH KHURANA, the Marvin Bower Professor of Leadership Development at the Harvard Business School will explain how things are changing in the professional management field. Listen to the mp3

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