Nobody would argue that great leaders are lifelong learners. And to help great leaders learn, management science has historically borrowed from more established disciplines to supplement its relatively
French-style questions would give students a space to learn intellectual responsibility and how to think for themselves Does culture make us more human? Is desire a mark of imperfection? To prove an injustice,
By Stephen Gardiner Each week, In Theory takes on a big idea in the news and explores it from a range of perspectives. This week we’re talking about the ethics of global warming. Need a primer? Catch here.
Let's begin with a jewellery parable from a report by Lifeworth Consulting on making over the jewellery business. The report, Uplifting the Earth, reveals that Greenlanders once had the right to gather
Two cargo boats with a total of more than 1,200 migrants on board were abandoned and left to drift dangerously in the Mediterranean this week - a relatively new tactic by people smugglers. The Italian
The moral, legal and ethical issues doctors face as they care for patients in the final weeks of their lives are being highlighted in a right-to-die case before the Supreme Court of British Columbia. cross-examination
High-profile downfalls of corporate CEOs are not a new phenomenon. But legislation such as Sarbanes-Oxley makes corporate oversight and protection of shareholder rights by the board of directors a priority.