Dividend (Vol. 7, No. 3, Spring, 1976)
Table of Contents: Does the profit motive lead to unethical behavior? Should values be a part of business school education? How does a chief executive officer motivate his people toward morality? Why do we speak of "values" today instead of "morals"? What priority should making money have when considering life goals? The articles in our special report on values discuss these questions and others: ; Ethics, Morality, and the Modern Corporate Executive p. 4 - by W. M. Blumenthal, Chief Executive Officer, The Bendix Corporation Blumenthal draws on his experience in government and the academic world as well as in business to do some hard thinking about the nature and complexities of the problems with which modern executives must deal, and offers a suggestion that might help with some of the vexing questions. ; A Hypothetical Question p.9 - A dialogue between a faculty member and students on a "hypothetical question" that contains a good many different values choices. ; Can Values Do The Job Morals Used To Do? Namely: Keep People Moral? p. 10 This article is excerpted from a lecture given at the Business School by Irving Kristol, Professor of Urban Values at New York University, who asks some provocative questions. For example: If you say "God is dead" must you also say "everything is permitted"? ; We Aren't Really Tested on Values Until There is a Confrontation p. 13 - What are your life goals? Can you place in rank order those values which are most important to you? Here we list some goals and invite you to rank them for yourself. ; Can Values Be Taught in the Classroom? Should They Be? p. 14 - A panel discussion between students and faculty members on the place values should have in a business school curriculum. ; What Is This School Doing About Values and the Curriculum? p. 17 - An interview with Associate Dean Alfred W. Swinyard about the current thinking at this business school on the place of values in the classroom. ; Among Ourselves p. 19 - Business School holds first commencement; Business Leadership Award given to GM's Chairman Thomas Murphy; DME program director receives award; Linda Kopec Kell honored by PhD Forum; New books from the DOR; Prof. Spivey named adjunct scholar of AEI. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50714>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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