"Ahead of his time, Franklin believed in many of our currently popular notions: self-management, reengineering, principle-centered leadership, and win-win negotiating."
-Dr. Blaine McCormick
Dr. Blame McCormick's idea of education is to expose people to a broad range of subject matter similar to that of Baylor's interdisciplinary core. He incorporates a lot of that ideology in his management classes. Sometimes he will assign novels purely to supplement the text and shed a different light on an academic subject.
McCormick says he started using The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin while teaching at another university. "Although remembered primarily as a founding …