Full-Time MBA Students Travel to Washington, DC
Students in the Full-Time Integrated MBA program traveled to Washington, DC, where they gained knowledge of policy issues and global strategy. The FIMBA students have an unique opportunity to build on their undergraduate business degree and accelerate in their future career.
Ethics Week 2012: Find Your Moral Compass
October 26, 2012
Time: All Day
"If you don't have integrity, you have nothing. You can't buy it. You can have all the money in the world, but if you are not a moral and ethical person, you really have nothing."
October 22-26, 2012
Seidman College of Business
Ethics? Yes ethics. Seidman College of Business wants ethics – thinking about ethics and ethical behavior – to be at the core of student and faculty activities. Ethics Week provides an opportunity for students to hear from local business leaders who believe in doing business the right way in a time when many students get very mixed messages about what is acceptable behavior both in school and in the workplace. Come see how they have thrived by adherence to their values and how they use their moral compass to guide them when inevitable dilemmas come up.
Ethics Week 2012: Find Your Moral Compass will provide students with an opportunity to learn about Ethics in Business and Academics. It seeks not only to educate, but also to inspire students. Ethics has no simple solution, rather, it is a life long journey. It is our hope that students take away important elements that will help guide them in their own journeys.
Ethics Week Agenda:
Date: Monday, Oct 22 - Opening Ceremony
Time: 5pm – 6:30pm
Speaker: Chuck Saylor, CEO of izzy+
Topic: “A Business Case for Ethics”
Why and how our ethics (moral judgments) shape success in business.
Location: Loosemore Auditorium
Date: Wednesday, Oct 24 - Annual Barry Castro Lecture Series
Time: 6pm - 7:30pm
Speaker: Kim Horn, Former CEO of Priority Health
Location: Loosemore Auditorium
Date: Thursday, Oct 25 - Closing Luncheon
Time: 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Speaker: Jason Roberts, Steelcase
Speaker: Dean H. James Williams
Topic: Student Code of Honor
Location: University Club
RSVP: Please email Robbi Osipoff at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, October 26th
Best and Worst Ethical Companies of Our Time
Why learning from our past guides our future
The Courtyard Area of the DeVos Center
Follow the following links for daily ethics news and to read more about companies facing ethical dilemmas today:
Ethics Awareness in the Workplace
by Casey Reader
Ethical Consumers and Ethical Trade: A Review of Current Literature
by Anne Tallontire, Erdenechimeg Rentsendorj and Mick Blowfield
Learn What Ethical Issues We’re Facing Today
by Bruce Weinstein
Ethics Highlights from the Archives
The New York Times.
Business Ethics News
Student Code of Honor
The principles of truth and honesty are recognized as fundamental to a community of teachers and scholars. As such, the Seidman College of Business expects both faculty and students to honor these principles and, in so doing, to forge a lifelong commitment to ethical behavior.