There is much talk about the need for more social consciousness in the engineer, the scientist, and the doctor. Rarely do we see an analysis of why those professionals are not more socially conscious in the first place.
—Schein and Kommers1
Business education, higher education, professionalism, precursors of professionalism, academic capitalism, autonomy, expertise, self-concept, social agency
Despite much exploration into business education, the discipline may need an overhaul when it comes to graduating students who will be socially responsible managers in the work place. In spite of the efforts by business schools that emphasize ethical practices ...