Monthly Archives: April 2010

The MBA Oath is striking a chord

Recently we’ve had a few great stories come out about the MBA Oath. Want to keep you posted on them as they come up. We’re excited that the more people learn, the more they want to talk about it. Lets get the debate going! Joe Flood does an in-depth story on the MBA Oath for […]

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Financial Times Review of The MBA Oath book

In this week’s Financial Times, Philip Delves Broughton gives a review of the MBA Oath Book. You can read it here.

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Compromise Situations and the Oath

MBA alumnus and author of The Compromise Trap Eliabeth Doty has a very interesting take on misconceptions about compromise at work and how the MBA Oath helps address them. Doty argues that a proactive, self-aware approach is an important part of organzational and individual integrity:  Not knowing how susceptible we are to situational influences can lead to less […]

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Should the GMAT report cheating to admissions committees?

Julia Tyler an executive vice president at the Graduate Management Admission Council, the makers of the GMAT recently wrote an op-ed in the Financial Times about cheating on standardized management exams. It happens. So who is responsible for doing something about it? It would be easy for the test makers to absolve themselves of responsibility. […]

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