MBA Students Say Businesses Should Address Green and Social Issues

The vast majority of business school students think the private sector should be using its position to address environmental and social issues.

Unfortunately, less than a third believe this is actually happening, according to a new survey from Net Impact and the Aspen Institute Center for Business Education.

Business as UNusual

Thinking of applying to business school? Want to see what students say about how their programs address social and environmental issues? Check out the annual Business as Unusual: the Net Impact Student Guide to Graduate Business Programs.

Business as UNusual was established in 2006 in response to numerous inquiries from business school applicants who wanted to know what programs focused on social and environmental issues. We … [ Read more ]

Survey Shows MBA Students Believe Business Should Be Agent of Social Change

The overwhelming majority of today’s MBA students believe that businesses should work toward the betterment of society, that managers should take into account social and environmental impacts when making business decisions, and that corporate social responsibility should be integrated into core curricula in MBA programs, according to a new survey.

Best MBA Paper in Corporate Citizenship

The goal of this competition, sponsored by The Center for Corporate Citizenship at Boston College and Net Impact, is to encourage students and faculty to understand the practices, challenges and opportunities of corporate citizenship as well as the exploration of corporate citizenship in the business school curriculum. The contest is open to all enrolled full- and part-time MBA students at accredited institution of higher learning.

Each … [ Read more ]

Dr. Mark Albion

I don’t know that if you follow your dreams, the money will follow.
I do know that if you follow your dreams, the money won’t matter as much.
I don’t know that if you serve others, you’ll be rewarded financially.
I do know that if you serve others, you’ll be a happier, more fulfilled person.