Lindsay Brindley (Master of Arts) Curriculum and Instruction
Adjunct Professor, LSSU
Grant Leader, LSSU Department of Education
Curriculum Consultant, EUPISD
PARABLE OF THE SADHU
Based on the article by Bowen H. McCoy. What happens to an individual's
personal code of ethics in the complex and competitive business environment?
How do these decisions affect the individual, and in turn, the potential of
In a classic re-creation of a Harvard Business School symposium, host Arthur
Miller utilizes McCoy's parable of a Himalayan adventure as a backdrop for a
lively and provocative forum on business ethics. The forum, consisting of
business executives, ethicists, and journalists, offers a variety of
responses to essential questions on ethical issues, issues which impact
business on a daily basis decision-making, shared sense of purpose, the
importance of leadership, the need for compromise and non-conformity, and
the role of the individual and personal ethics.
HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW
"LSSU is a relatively small school and I believe for this reason I have received a better education. The close atmosphere as opposed to a larger university has provided me with an opportunity to become acquainted with my professors. The professors therefore have an opportunity to assist with problems fairly easily, especially in upper level classes. The classes are fairly small also which provides one on one conversations which is very helpful."