Last week, Nitin Nohria was named the new dean of Harvard Business School.

In leading the school, Nohria will focus “on business ethics, a cause he has long championed, particularly during the financial crisis,” as The Wall Street Journal reported last week. Nohria also has been, as the Journal describes him, a “vocal critic of management education and the leaders it produces.”

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