THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

Hard lesson

As Wall Street convulses, business schools respond with a helping hand for graduates, curriculum changes

At MIT's Sloan School of Management and other schools, professors see a classic ''teachable moment'' in Wall Street's woes. Many longtime faculty say they have never seen events with greater potential to transform business education. At MIT's Sloan School of Management and other schools, professors see a classic ''teachable moment'' in Wall Street's woes. Many longtime faculty say they have never seen events with greater potential to transform business education. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / September 29, 2008

E-mail this article

Invalid E-mail address
Invalid E-mail address

Sending your article

Your article has been sent.

Text size +

Last week, Harvard Business School mounted its own emergency rescue mission on Wall Street. In the school's first intervention on behalf of newly minted graduates, seven Harvard career coaches flew to New York to huddle with 18 members of the Class of 2008 who had taken jobs at troubled firms like Lehman Brothers Holding Co. and Merrill Lynch. All were ... (Full article: 1030 words)

This article is available in our archives:

Globe Subscribers

FREE for subscribers

Subscribers to the Boston Globe get unlimited access to our archives.

Not a subscriber?

Non-Subscribers

Purchase an electronic copy of the full article. Learn More

  • $9.95 1 month archives pass
  • $24.95 3 months archives pass
  • $74.95 1 year archives pass