The London Business School is now doing this, and the idea, the article states, was a response to students overly focused on the bottom line and to complaints by employers who say “recent
graduates are trained to solve single problems but often miss the big
But will one course do the job? I’m curious about how the courses are constructed to bridge the gap between disciplines. And wouldn’t it be better if the courses were taught by trained philosophers or, better, co-taught from business and philosophical perspectives?
*thanks to Crismon Lewis for link.