February 23, 2010| 0

The Role of Aid in Times of National Disaster

David Brooks offers well-written, often insightful commentary from a conservative perspective through his column in The New York Times. In his recent column on Haiti and aid “The Underlying Truth,” January 14, 2010, however, he missed the mark in what may seem like a minor way with major consequences. Here is my summary of his […]

January 20, 2010| 0

Building to Last: The Eternal Impact of Our Earthly Work

Good and Dirty Work by John Terrill On Discovery Channel’s popular show, Dirty Jobs, Mike Rowe, the star and narrator, travels the United States serving in some of the most back-breaking, grungiest jobs one could ever imagine – jobs few of us would ever consider taking, even for one week. Some of his assignments have […]

January 16, 2010| 0

Reframing Business Education

Whether bearish or bullish about the economy, there is no denying that business and management education are in a state of turmoil. The “new normal” will likely be something we’ve never seen before. A recent story on National Public Radio (NPR) captures this sentiment: American Business Schools trained many of the people who had their […]