In serving a purpose, leaders strengthen credibility by demonstrating that they are not in it for themselves; instead, they have the interests of the institution, department, or team and its constituents at heart. Being an MBA graduate gives me the opportunity to influence the world how it is today, and I take this responsibility very seriously.
If we personally do this we can collectively make a difference. Ashley Metz Cummings Posted May 25, at Anthony Allen Posted May 24, at 2: Without a steadfast commitment to the honorable conduct envisioned by the oath, our children and grandchildren will not be granted the rights and freedoms of their forefathers.
I am proud to be a part of this. Darrel Meffert Posted May 6, at It is sad to see students and entrepreneurs graduating from so-called top business schools, and to safeguard their personal interests and business interest, they breach, violate all the possible ethical boundaries which are universally accepted.
A great start in bringing awareness of the ethical issues surrounding management today. Jim Garaventa Posted June 9, at 6: It is time for all of us to bring wholeness into our daily practice by treating all human beings with dignity and integrity. This book and the authors and participants are creating a movement that I feel is the most important movement of the decade and possibly the century.
Climate change too is clearly an effect of business excess aimed at exploiting the natural resources of the world. Thank you for signing. Strong business ethics is a pillar of my strategic planning and strategic thinking business coaching efforts each and every day.
Its great to see such a gesture made on a global footprint. I also agree that it is always good to remember important values and I hope the Oath and its reminders will have that power. By signing this oath we can shape business priorities to turn in that direction.
Personally, if I make a public announcement to complete something, even something as mundane as a 5K race, it makes it far more difficult to back out of that commitment than if I kept it to myself.
The country is in the chokehold of massive fraud and corruption over the last decade by LEADERs of the nations largest corporations. I will be resposible towads my profession, community and my innerself and all my action will ensure that there is no breach in the ethical values.
The MBA oath, which I have freely and enthusiastically taken, reminds me of the purpose of leadership in the business world. It is our duty to strive for positive social and environmental change through business, no matter the sector or industry.
I hope some of them, to whom I have forwarded this email, do a reality check and start following these principles from now on at least.
Mark Embry Posted May 21, at 7: We must also let go of the belief that attending a top-tier MBA school will automatically make an individual a top notch leader.
Our actions affect our peers, the community, and the environment. KA Lalsingh Posted April 18, at The movement to sign up to abide by the law is new, and hey why not make some money off it and convince schools to sign up and visit this page where they promote a book about it?Aug 24, · In the comment box below, please share your feelings about the MBA Oath and why it is meaningful to you.
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