The financial turmoil in Wall Street has come in for scores of reviews and comments. Pundits are busy analyzing what went wrong and even at business schools, Professors are re-thinking how they can teach lessons from the recent past to their graduating students. An article in the Boston Globe speaks of how the country’s biggest and best business schools, like the Harvard Business School, Wharton and MIT Sloan, are looking for lessons from all that’s happened. They are trying to incorporate the lessons learned in the curriculum through the latest case studies.
Look for Profitability, Not Profits
09 Thursday Oct 2008
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