United Airlines Debacle Shows What Business Schools Need to Teach

The vivid videos of an elderly physician being dragged down the aisle of a United Airlines plane, along with recent scandals engulfing Fox News, Wells Fargo, Volkswagen and other firms, highlight the importance of teaching business ethics and business law effectively in business schools and elsewhere. As a professor who teaches business ethics, I have … Continue reading United Airlines Debacle Shows What Business Schools Need to Teach

What do Students Think about Responsible Management Education

Every two years, The United Nations- supported Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) and Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) Associate Professor Debbie Haski-Leventhal collaborate on an international study that measures the attitudes business students around the world have towards responsible management education and corporate social responsibility. The results are increasingly positive. As would be … Continue reading What do Students Think about Responsible Management Education

Time to Take on Greed: Why Business Schools Must Engage in Intellectual Activism

The next generation of corporate leaders are being taught risky practices with little regard for ethics. Educators need to challenge the status quo. “The fact that a businessman mired by controversial practices has become president-elect of the U.S. shows how legitimised such behaviour has become.” “How can you work in a business school?” The question … Continue reading Time to Take on Greed: Why Business Schools Must Engage in Intellectual Activism