Ethics: In the Real World, Kant Can’t Help (but Here’s What Does)

By Kabrina Chang – Every decade or so, scandals rock the business world and revive a long-running debate about the place of ethics in the business school curriculum.

We also want students to see ethics in decision-making not merely as a matter of avoiding malfeasance but in the positive context of creating value in the businesses, communities, and the world in which they work.

It’s easy to tell cautionary tales about spectacular misdeeds, but the larger aim of ethics in management education is to produce leaders who will be better able to meet the challenges facing the world, its organizations, and its people because as students they learned how to practice socially responsible leadership. more>

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