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The Resource The golden passport : Harvard Business School, the limits of capitalism, and the moral failure of the MBA elite, Duff McDonald

The golden passport : Harvard Business School, the limits of capitalism, and the moral failure of the MBA elite, Duff McDonald

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The golden passport : Harvard Business School, the limits of capitalism, and the moral failure of the MBA elite
Title
The golden passport
Title remainder
Harvard Business School, the limits of capitalism, and the moral failure of the MBA elite
Statement of responsibility
Duff McDonald
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
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McDonald, Duff
Dewey number
650/.07/117444
Index
index present
LC call number
HF1134.H4
LC item number
M43 2017
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Harvard Business School
  • Harvard Business School
  • Business ethics
Label
The golden passport : Harvard Business School, the limits of capitalism, and the moral failure of the MBA elite, Duff McDonald
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [583]-626) and index
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The experimenters: Charles Eliot and Abbott Lawrence Lowell -- A search for mission and method: Edwin Gay -- The "scientist": Frederick W. Taylor -- The first decade: 1910-1919 -- The case for the case method -- The idealist: Wallace Brett Donham -- The benefactors: George Baker, Sr. and Jr. -- Doctor who?: Elton Mayo -- A decade in review: 1920-1929 -- The first broadside: Abraham Flexner -- Friends in high places -- The marriage of moral authority and managerial control -- The venture capitalist: Georges Doriot -- A decade in review: 1930-1939 -- The West Point of capitalism -- The darling of the business elite: Donald David -- From the "retreads" to the crème de la crème -- Temporary support of the workingman -- The class the dollars fell on: the '49ers -- A decade in review: 1940-1949 -- Organization man and the corporate cocoon -- The power elite -- The hidden hand -- The specialists: Robert Schlaifer and Howard Raiffa -- The philanthropist: Henry Ford II -- Spreading the gospel -- Gentlemen (and a few ladies) -- The legitimizer: Alfred Chandler -- A decade in review: 1950-1959 -- Peak influence -- The good, the bad, and the ugly -- The case against the case method -- A decade in review: 1960-1969 -- The myth of the well-educated manager -- Harvard Business Review: origins, heyday, and scandal -- Can leaders be manufactured? -- Can entrepreneurship be learned? -- The second broadside: Derek Bok -- Managing our way to economic decline -- A decade in review: 1970-1979 -- The subversive nature of a social conscience -- The murder of managerialism -- Managerialism was already dead -- The kindergarten class play -- Monetizing it -- The monopolist: Michael Porter -- Self-interest, with a side dish of ethics -- Life out of balance -- A decade in review: 1980-1989 -- The money mill -- The thorn in their side -- A decade in review: 1990-1999 -- The Microsoft of business schools -- The men who would be president -- The shame: Jeff Skilling -- The high art of self-congratulation -- The loyalty program -- The CEO pay gap -- A decade in review: 2000-2009 -- The next generation -- Nitin Nohria for president -- Epilogue: Can HBS lead the way forward?
Control code
1721398
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
ix, 657 pages
Isbn
9780062347176
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 1721398
  • (OCoLC)952206663
Label
The golden passport : Harvard Business School, the limits of capitalism, and the moral failure of the MBA elite, Duff McDonald
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [583]-626) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The experimenters: Charles Eliot and Abbott Lawrence Lowell -- A search for mission and method: Edwin Gay -- The "scientist": Frederick W. Taylor -- The first decade: 1910-1919 -- The case for the case method -- The idealist: Wallace Brett Donham -- The benefactors: George Baker, Sr. and Jr. -- Doctor who?: Elton Mayo -- A decade in review: 1920-1929 -- The first broadside: Abraham Flexner -- Friends in high places -- The marriage of moral authority and managerial control -- The venture capitalist: Georges Doriot -- A decade in review: 1930-1939 -- The West Point of capitalism -- The darling of the business elite: Donald David -- From the "retreads" to the crème de la crème -- Temporary support of the workingman -- The class the dollars fell on: the '49ers -- A decade in review: 1940-1949 -- Organization man and the corporate cocoon -- The power elite -- The hidden hand -- The specialists: Robert Schlaifer and Howard Raiffa -- The philanthropist: Henry Ford II -- Spreading the gospel -- Gentlemen (and a few ladies) -- The legitimizer: Alfred Chandler -- A decade in review: 1950-1959 -- Peak influence -- The good, the bad, and the ugly -- The case against the case method -- A decade in review: 1960-1969 -- The myth of the well-educated manager -- Harvard Business Review: origins, heyday, and scandal -- Can leaders be manufactured? -- Can entrepreneurship be learned? -- The second broadside: Derek Bok -- Managing our way to economic decline -- A decade in review: 1970-1979 -- The subversive nature of a social conscience -- The murder of managerialism -- Managerialism was already dead -- The kindergarten class play -- Monetizing it -- The monopolist: Michael Porter -- Self-interest, with a side dish of ethics -- Life out of balance -- A decade in review: 1980-1989 -- The money mill -- The thorn in their side -- A decade in review: 1990-1999 -- The Microsoft of business schools -- The men who would be president -- The shame: Jeff Skilling -- The high art of self-congratulation -- The loyalty program -- The CEO pay gap -- A decade in review: 2000-2009 -- The next generation -- Nitin Nohria for president -- Epilogue: Can HBS lead the way forward?
Control code
1721398
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
ix, 657 pages
Isbn
9780062347176
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 1721398
  • (OCoLC)952206663

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