In the wake of large-scale scandals undermining confidence in American businesses, managers are accountable to a higher level of ethical responsibility. Professor Steve Feldman leads an interactive seminar with business leaders on December 2.
In the wake of large-scale scandals undermining confidence in American businesses, managers are accountable to a higher level of ethical responsibility. How should managers handle the complicated trade-offs between pursuing profit and meeting broader moral standards? In this seminar, learn how to view your business and your actions through an ethical lens. Through a highly interactive series of discussions and exercises led by a Weatherhead faculty expert, participants will apply ethical frameworks to a range of issues to better evaluate and justify their business decisions.
Benefits of attending the seminar:
· Identify “hidden” ethical issues in business
· Apply ethical analysis to the complexities of international business
· Ethically evaluate and justify business decisions
This seminar will be taught by Steve Feldman, PhD, Associate Professor of Management Policy at the Case Weatherhead School of Management.
This seminar runs from 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. on December 2.
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