Don’t trust an MBA
In the news this week: “A survey of 5,331 students at 32 graduate schools in the United States and Canada found an “alarming” amount of cheating across disciplines, but more among the nation’s future business leaders. Fifty-six percent of graduate business students admitted they had cheated at least once in the last year, compared with 47 percent of non-business students.”
One commentary mentioned that this cheating occurs despite the ethics courses following the Enron and Worldcom scandals. These are the future corporate leaders. It’s disgusting.