Sunday, November 06, 2005

How NOT to answer a test question

When asked to provide ways that a company may act socially responsible, it's not a good idea to quote Friedman in your 'short answer':

The Social Responsibility of Business is to Increase its Profits, by Milton Friedman: "[...] the use of the cloak of social responsibility, and the nonsense spoken in its name by influential and prestigious businessmen, does clearly harm the foundations of a free society"

We'll see what I got for a grade on this one by Wednesday...

1 comment:

Will England said...

Followup: Got it right, suprisingly enough.