Essay about Business Schools and Ethics Course
(4) I think he refers to the decision making based on ethics as details because the details are usually what makes the difference and are, for instance, extremely important factors to distinguish, as the author mentions, a business school from a trade school. The bigger and wider perception of the MBA graduates should help them to get a closer and more detailed vision of the general impact of their actions. I think that the idea is that a decision making process based on ethics is not simply framed in the dichotomy right/wrong or good/bad but it involves more different little components that make that decision ethically and socially responsible. To be careful to the details would be, as the author says, to be capable of getting over the big picture and to establish the impact of that decision.
(5) The rules that the author suggests are somehow sufficient. I would consider a deeper and more specific psychological assessment of the MBA candidate rather than withdrawing the degrees to those who misconduct. I believe it might be much more useful to prevent this problem before enrolling students. At least, I think, this could