Expert knowledge, skill in its application, and an acquired identity in which individual interest is subordinated to group norms revolving around the service of a greater good—these three elements . . . virtually constitute the institution we call the professions . . .
Business education, higher education, profession, professionalism, professional socialization, autonomy, expertise, self-concept, social agency, multi-framing, foundation in ethics, critical thinking
The role of business in society is poorly understood and can be quite complex due to the number of stakeholders involved in the cycle of business and the influence of the business ...