Should Managers Have a Green Hippocratic Oath?
Rita Hudetz ’09 will be a featured contributor in the HBR Green discussion “Should Managers Have a Green Hippocratic Oath?” from April 2 - 16 at http://www.hbrgreen.org. As an MBA-Environment joint degree student and co-chair of the Business and the Environment Club, Rita will provide her insightful opinions on whether or not business leaders should have to take an oath to do no unnecessary harm to the environment.
Since January, the Harvard Business Review has been leading a discussion between practitioners and academics on leadership and the environment. This special six-part series, sponsored by Goldman Sachs and its Center for Environmental Markets, highlights the many business challenges of addressing environmental problems. Professors Ravi Dhar and Dan Esty, and Yale alumni Frances Beinecke (Yale College and FES), Judith Samuelson (SOM), Bill McDonough (ARCH), Andrew Shapiro (YLS), and Benjamin Heineman, Jr. (YLS) have been among the contributors.
In this final installment of the series, Rita will join Harvard Business School professors Rakesh Khurana and Nitin Nohria, and other featured contributors.
We invite you to join Rita in these discussions and add your comments to the dialogue. Log on to http://www.hbrgreen.org starting on April 2 to share your opinions on “Should Managers Have a Green Hippocratic Oath?”