The Integrity of a Catholic Management Education

by Michael Naughton, Thomas Bausch



Lyman Porter and Lawrence McKibbin complain that they have found in many U.S. schools of management a "cookie cutter mentality" that discourages a diversity of approaches necessary to make progress in management education. A Catholic school of management can contribute to the diversity and plurality of management education only if the Catholicity and liberal arts mission of its institution is taken seriously. This mission-driven focus entails integrating dimensions of management with liberal learning, faith, profession, and service.

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