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    Integrity in Business Education

    How can our global community of business schools work together to ensure our students develop into ethical leaders? We suggest a place to start.
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    From What’s Possible to What’s Real—and Back Again

    By asking our students to “rewire” their emotional reactions to complex social problems, we help them find common ground and work toward solutions.
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    Teaching Students to Lead With Their Consciences

    Let the “ethics refugees” in your classrooms help you teach purpose-driven leadership.
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    A Sustainable MBA Tackles 21st-Century Issues

    The University of Victoria’s MBA in Sustainable Innovation focuses on developing ethical leaders who can adapt in a quickly changing world.
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    Advancing More Ethical Artificial Intelligence

    A business school takes a multidisciplinary approach to teaching students about the critical role of ethics in the deployment of artificial intelligence.
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    Encouraging Integrity Is Easier Said Than Done

    We must shift our focus from enforcing standards of academic integrity to educating students about what integrity is—and why it matters.
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    Ethics Within and Throughout

    When it comes to teaching ethics, should business schools include standalone courses in their programs, or should lessons be spread throughout the curriculum? We share three innovative ways schools are incorporating ethics into their programming.
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