Events

Should Business Schools Have a Future?

Past Series, The Money Series

Notes
  • Free and open to the public
  • First come, first seated
  • Photo ID required for entry

The recent financial crisis has raised disturbing questions about our nation’s business elite. To what extent can this crisis be traced to the pedagogy of our business schools? Can business education promote the public good? If not, then how might we go about re-envisioning the education of the next generation of business leaders?

Participants
  • Rakesh Khurana Marvin Bower Professor of Leadership Development Harvard Business School
  • Nicholas Lemann Dean and Henry R. Luce Professor of Journalism Columbia University
  • Martin Dickson U.S. Managing Editor Financial Times
  • Richard R. John Professor, School of Journalism Columbia University