Patrick Kuhse: Former White-Collar Federal Inmate

“Five knocks always means the FBI: never six, never four,” explained Patrick Kuhse, former federal inmate, in an entertaining and well-attended talk to an audience of MBA and AMP students Tuesday, April 18. Mr. Kuhse detailed the eight errors in critical thinking that led him on a journey from successful stockbroker to white-collar criminal, international… Continue reading Patrick Kuhse: Former White-Collar Federal Inmate

Chairman of British Airways: Deregulation is Key to Industry Comeback

“The airline industry isn’t working today … half of all U.S. passengers are carried on bankrupt airlines,” stated British Airways Chairman Martin Broughton Thursday, January 19 at an event organized by the Leadership & Ethics Forum and the Travel and Hospitality Club. Theÿex-CEO of BritishÿAmerican Tobacco went on to present his vision for a deregulated,… Continue reading Chairman of British Airways: Deregulation is Key to Industry Comeback

HBS Students Vote that Management Consultants Add No Value

“Management consulting is a pie-eating contest, in the which winning prize is yet more pies,” quips James Crabtree, a student at the Kennedy School and ex-Worlds debater, to the audience at the Leadership & Ethics Forum event last Tuesday. In the time-honored tradition of parliamentary debate, four student speakers took turns arguing for and against… Continue reading HBS Students Vote that Management Consultants Add No Value