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Wednesday, 28 June 2006


Richard Edelstein

My complements to Dean Danos for his well written retort to Matthew Stewart's article in the Atlantic Monthly. He rightly goes after the oversimplification of Stewart's attack on the MBA while at the same time acknowledging the elements of truth that are also part of the provocative article. Stewart's article should remind us of the complexity of how leaders emerge in society. There clearly are alternative routes to the MBA in becoming a successful business leader. Stewart makes a strong case for not necessarily assuming that MBA education has all the answers.

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