Post Enron, business schools wonder if they are failing students when it comes to ethics
By Staff Writer|June 01, 2002 at 08:00 PM
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Harvard Business School is among the few M.B.A. programs that require students to take ethics as part of their core curriculum. The program is delivered through a nine-session course that aims to give the next generation of corporate executives a sense of the gravity of their roles as managers. There are a handful of electives that students can take as well. “What we teach is that you can’t reduce your job to a set of financial obligations,” says Joseph Badaracco, the John Shad Professor of Business Ethics at Harvard Business School. “It’s a big, complicated set of responsibilities.”
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