MBA Diner

28 April 2004

The School of Business held a diner at the North Club in celebration of this years completing MBAs (who graduate on Monday). I was happy to be there, both as an alum’ of the program (MBA’95) and because I taught on the integrating strategy course last year. There were MBAs there from every year. Including two from the first MBA program—MBA of 84.

Rob McLeod was the major guest speaker. being rather right of centre, he did prompt some interesting debate. In many ways, his address felt like the Greed is Good speech from Wall Street. I seem to recall, that the speech was attributed to some executive who gave it to an MBA class in the US. I’m not sure if it is true or not, but if it is true, it would be nice to find the original speech.