Manufacturing Morals: The Values of Silence in Business School Education

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Corporate accountability is never far from the front page, and as the world's most elite institution for business education, Harvard Business School trains many of the future leaders of Fortune 500 co...
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Corporate accountability is never far from the front page, and as the world's most elite institution for business education, Harvard Business School trains many of the future leaders of Fortune 500 companies. But how does HBS formally and informally ensure faculty and students embrace proper business standards? Making unprecedented use of his position as a Harvard Business School faculty member, Michel Anteby takes readers inside HBS in order to draw vivid parallels between the socialization of faculty and of students. In an era when many organizations are focused on principles of responsibility, Harvard Business School has long tried to promote better business standards. Anteby's rich account reveals the surprising role of silence and ambiguity in HBS' process of codifying morals and business values. As Anteby describes, at HBS specifics are often left unspoken; for example, teaching notes given to faculty provide much guidance on how to teach but are largely silent on what to teach.
Uitgever John Wiley & Sons Ltd
ISBN/EAN 9780226092478
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