The Challenge of Money – “We work to Become, not to Acquire”; Preview of Next Newsletter; Time, Money and Values; Introduction to Just Desserts; Introduction to Elliot Hoffman Speech; Sermon on “The Challenge of Money” – 9 pgs.
Students for Responsible Business Northwestern Conference – “Ethics is how we behave when we decide we belong together”; Follow Up on the Last Newsletter; Preview of Next Newsletter; The SRB Annual Conference at Northwestern; The Teachings of Rick Stewart: H>W; U.S. Election Introduction; Dan Quayle Remembered: Quotes – 6 pgs.
Vision in the Dark – “A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove… but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child”; Purposeful Work; An Artist, Joe Haj, Brings Life into a Prison – 9 pgs.
A Sharecropper and Neighbor’s Child – “The only gift is a portion of thyself”; Cornelia McDonald’s ‘Mother Wit’; X-Generation and Self Interest; Life of an Inner City MBA – 5 pgs.
Suggested Book Reading List – 4 pgs.
Papa Nat and Mr. McMullen* – “It’s not the job, it’s not the profession, its YOU”; End of Summer 1996; Papa Nat; Mr. McCullen; Realizing Your Dreams – 4 pgs.
*This story launched the newsletter beyond a small number of MBAs and led to the 12-27-96 Wall Street Journal article on the Dr. Mark’s mother, “Leni Joyce Goes Back to the Future of the Textile Industry.”
Top of Ferris Wheel – “The man who has drunk water knows if it’s cool or warm”; The Spirit of Summer; Reasons to Get out of Consulting (Humor); A Consultant Wins at Work, Loses at Life; Lessons from a Consultant’s Story – 5 pgs.
Purpose and CSR – “Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the men of old; seek what they sought”; Progressive Work Rules (Humor); High School Valedictory – 3 pgs.
Are We Wallets or People? – “A man travels the world over in search of what he needs, and returns home to find it”; Newsletter Housekeeping; The Survey and What is CSR?; Ben & Jerry’s Annual Report: Turning Values into Value – 5 pgs.
The UN Conference in Istanbul: Global Citizens are We – “All great things begin in Poetry and end in Real Estate”; Being Yourself; Survey Results: Power to the Person; Thomas Jefferson’s Seventh Generation – 9 pgs.
Being an Entrepreneur – “Talk does not boil rice”; Anita Roddick’s New Academy of Business; Global Challenges; Ode to Kathie Lee & Frank Gifford; A Personal Footnote – 4 pgs.
Humanize Business ? “The journey is the reward”; Washington Tragedy; Gun Denhart’s Hanna Andersson; Survey Tallies: Berkeley #1 – 5 pgs.
What is a Company? ? “What you see is primarily what you look at”; Corporate Sponsor Kinko’s; Business and Society; Jim Rouse: – 4 pgs.
The MBA National Survey ? New Survey Sponsor; White House Interest – 1 pg.
Newsletter Continues Post-Survey – “The future ain’t what it used to be”; Sponsor Tom’s of Maine; Mission Driven, Market Led; Kathie Lee Gifford – 3 pgs.
Let Your Voice Be Heard – If you are seeking a time when you finish, there will never be a time when you finish”; Reporting Results; Building Local Chapters; Fall Speeches – 2 pgs.
The MBA National Survey – Market Research Update; Call for Corporate Financial Support – 1 pg.
The MBA National Survey: Academic Criticism, Student Support ? 2 pg.
Highs and Lows of an Entrepreneurial Project – Process and Criticism – 2 pgs.
Dreams Happen – UN Keynote Confirmed – 1 pg.
The MBA National Survey – School Update; Confidentiality; Survey Response Tips from Wharton’s Ron Gerrans; Secretary Reich’s Labor Issues – 3 pgs.
Do Not Underestimate your Power ? How do I follow my heart and make a living?; SRB; Survey Results to be Delivered at UN May 31 ? 2 pgs.
The Voice of the MBA National Survey ? Updates; Schools and Student Representatives ? 3 pgs.
The MBA Pioneers: Schools Participating; 48 Schools with Stanford in the Lead; Nancy Katz; Business Week Greed Survey – 3 pgs.