"Ariff Kachra, who teaches strategy at the Richard Ivey School of Business, collected about $500 from students over about 2½ weeks. But he was not soliciting bribes."
Got your attention? This certainly got mine.
This is from the opening of Rita Trucher's excellent article in the Toronto Globe and Mail at http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/careers/business-education/mba-students-get-a-lesson-they-wont-forget/article2207251/
How far is too far to teach experiential learning in an MBA classroom? This article certainly made me think. I can only imagine how much being in Dr. Kachra classroom would have made me think! So... what are YOUR thoughts?
Welcome to the David Victor Vector Blog
Welcome to the David Victor Vector blog. This is blog that covers religious observances around the world international affairs and global business. This blog describes religious holidays for most major religions as well as raising issues dealing with globalization, international business ethics, cross-cultural business communication and political events affecting business in an integrated world economy. I look forward your discussion and commentary on these articles and subjects. Enjoy!