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W. Michael Hoffman Center for Business Ethics
Pioneering the Field of Business Ethics Since 1976
The W. Michael Hoffman Center for Business Ethics (HCBE) at Bentley University is one of the world's leading research and educational institutes in the field of business ethics. It is also among the oldest and most respected, having been established in 1976.
HCBE is a nonprofit educational, research and consulting organization whose vision is a world in which all businesses contribute positively to society through their ethically sound and responsible operations.
HCBE's mission is to give leadership in the creation of organizational cultures that align effective business performance with ethical business conduct. It endeavors to do so by the application of expertise, research, education and a collaborative approach to disseminating best practices.
HCBE strives to:
- Connect ethical thought and action
- Inspire ethical leadership
- Enrich ethical knowledge and
- Promote ethical collaboration
Executive Fellow Dinner with the Honorable Judge Mark Wolf
Federal judge addresses HCBE Executive Fellows regarding an international anti-corruption initiative he is leading. For more information, please click here and scroll down
Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility
Given Bentley University’s mission to educate ethical and socially responsible organizational leaders via impactful knowledge within and across business and the arts and sciences, we created the Bentley Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility (BAESR) in 2003. The role of the BAESR is to amplify and extend the work of the autonomous centers and initiatives on campus, supporting and encouraging greater awareness of, respect for, and commitment to ethics, service, social responsibility and sustainability in our research, curricula and campus culture. W. Michael Hoffman Center for Business Ethics is proud to be a partner in the Alliance.
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HCBE is pleased to announce the formation of the Faculty Advisory Council
The Faculty Advisory Council is designed to advance a dynamic conversation on current business ethics issues across all Bentley University departments and beyond the Bentley campus. For more information, please click here and scroll down.
Two New Business Ethics Leaders Join the Kallman Executive Fellows Program
The Hoffman Center for Business Ethics is very pleased to announce that two new members have joined the Kallman Executive Fellows Program: Dr. Monica Gorman and Jacquelyn Gates Shipe.
Dr. Monica Gorman heads the Global Compliance division at New Balance and leads teams in Asia, Europe, Middle East & Africa, and the Americas. For more on Monica, please click here.
Ms. Jacquelyn Gates Shipe is the Chief Executive Officer of Global Ties Alabama, a nonprofit organization that promotes global peace and understanding through citizen diplomacy. For more on Jacquelyn, please click here.