The 2018 Bentley Global Business Ethics Symposium is presented by The Bentley Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility and the Gloria Cordes Larson Center for Women and Business in partnership with the State Street Foundation. This year's event is focused on the “Ethics of Inclusion”.
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TOPIC: Business Ethics
The fourth-generation family member and current leader of the family-owned, premier manufacturer Marvin Windows and Doors shared with students, faculty, and guests the importance of living one’s purpose and values to ensure long-term viability and success in both life and business.
Kallman Executive Fellow of the Bentley University Hoffman Center for Business Ethics Gael O’Brien discusses Uber’s evolving culture and ethics.
Building a bridge between corporate and community
During a lecture sponsored by Raytheon and hosted by the Center for Business Ethics at Bentley University, Johnson shared tips with students on how they can practice earning trust and goodwill in their future careers and how to spot an ethical company when choosing a future employer.
Research from Bentley’s Center for Women and Business is highlighted in a discussion of millennials involvement in recent national security leaks.
Professor of Law, Taxation and Financial Planning Beverly Earle joined academics, business executives, lawyers and NGO thought leaders from around the world to discuss best practices for controlling corruption.
Research Fellow at Bentley's Center for Business Ethics Jay Halfond discusses the difficulties of protecting public safety and preserving personal liberty.
Jeffrey Moriarty, associate professor and chair of the Philosophy department at Bentley, comments on the importance of having diverse corporate values.
Professor R. Edward Freeman, academic director of the Institute for Business in Society at the University of Virginia, joined the Hoffman Center for Business Ethics at Bentley to discuss the importance of implementing “responsible capitalism” in a public lecture sponsored by Verizon Communications.