Monthly Archives: January 2012

Galvanizing Future Leaders

It’s exciting to see that the MBA Oath’s partnership with the Net Impact conference is having such motivating and inspiring effects, as evidenced by recent conference attendee Chris Dorrow. A student at the University of British Columbia. Dorrow believes that by pursuing integrity, society, faith, humility, honesty, and transparency, the MBA degree can regain an […]

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Leading With a Purpose

It’s no surprise that only 21% of Americans believe our leaders are doing “a good and effective job.” Yet people seem to be maintaining faith in the military and medical profession. Why? John Baldoni posits that it’s because these establishments maintain a clear focus on their purpose. They know what they’re supposed to be doing, […]

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Taking Environmental Ethics Out of the Classroom at Pepperdine

At Pepperdine University, the Graziadio School of Business and Management offers a course that takes the idea of environmental ethics very literally. The course takes students out of mere classroom talk about environmental conservation and brings them to physically work on environmental conservation. Led by former Patagonia CEO Michael Crooke and Professor Tetsuya O’Hara, twenty […]

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