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Michael Connor to Keynote McGowan Symposium on Leadership & Ethics – November 6 in Washington, D.C.

Business Ethics Magazine Editor and Publisher Michael Connor will be a keynote speaker at the 2010 McGowan Symposium on Leadership & Ethics on Saturday, November 6, at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. The Symposium is expected to attract an audience of prominent business leaders, government and agency officials, deans and students from top business schools, and members of the media.

VIDEO: Business Schools Need to Do a Better Job Teaching Values

Rich Lyons, Dean of the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, discusses values and ethics with The Wall Street Journal.

Adding Value and Values to the MBA

When students return to campus in coming weeks, so will debate about the purpose of management education and the role of ethics. Columnist Gael O’Brien wonders whether current business leaders will support training new leaders in skills and competencies that support new models of business – or will it be simply business as usual?

Ethics Specialist Named Dean of Harvard Business School

Harvard Business School professor Nitin Nohria has been a faculty leader of the movement to adopt an MBA Oath, a voluntary pledge for graduating and current MBAs to “create value responsibly and ethically.”

Are Business Schools to Blame for the Financial Crisis?

The director of a leading graduate education program in responsible business thinks the key to corporate responsibility is integration of sustainable thinking and action into day-to-day business as well as students’ coursework – but achieving that “represents a fundamental shift in the way companies are run and what students are taught.”