Workshops for Ethics in Business
Carnegie Council's Workshops for Ethics in Business program is a one-of-a-kind forum that brings top corporations and NGOs together to share innovative ideas for addressing ethical issues related to globalization.
Inspired by Booz & Company's concept of "megacommunities," or multi-stakeholder engagement, and Georgetown professor Pietra Rivoli's notion that civilization advances through the positive interaction between civil society and business, the luncheon workshops aim to fill a vacuum in corporate training, business schools, and organizational leadership. To this end, Carnegie Council is creating a series of accessible case studies in applied ethics.
The goal is to provide examples of best practices that help address stubborn ethical problems that organizations face. The world's best companies have enjoyed success partly because their competitive management systems deal with these problems globally, while their less successful competitors have been dealing with them on an ad hoc basis. Meanwhile, internal change agents have expressed the need for outside pressure for corporate reform.
Each workshop produces videos, podcasts, summaries, interviews, biographies, and lists of related organizations for teaching and training. By presenting these resources to companies and business schools, Carnegie Council is working to help strengthen the ethical component of management systems. These workshops are open to the public and attract an engaged and motivated audience of leaders of business, consulting, finance, government, media, and NGOs.
Carnegie Council's 2010-2011 Workshops for Ethics in Business are supported in part by generous contributions from Hewlett-Packard and from Booz & Company.
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- Leading by Example (Videos)
- Student Attitudes Surveyed (Briefings)
- Restoring Trust in the Global Financial System (Videos)
- Can Web 2.0 Revolutionize Corporate Responsibility? (Briefings)
- The Rise of the Rest: How the Ascent of China and Russia Affects Global Business and Security (Briefings)
- Olympic Mettle: Business, Civil Society, and Politics During the Beijing Games (Briefings)
- Cyberethics: The Emerging Codes of Online Conduct (Briefings)
- Taking Stock of Business and Human Rights (Briefings)
- Innovations in Fighting Corruption (Briefings)
- Taking Stock of Business and Human Rights: Policies and Practices (Policy Library)
- Critical Regions in Crisis
- Green at Work CANCELED
- Future Leaders and Global Business Values
- Rise of the Rest III
- Global Jobs Update
- Top Risks and Ethical Decisions 2010
- Sustainable Branding: A U.S.-Japan Corporate Dialogue
- Climate Change, Global Responsibilities, and the U.S.-China Relationship
- Forced to Labor: The Cost of Coercion
- Restoring Trust in the Global Financial System
- Top Risks and Ethical Decisions 2009
- Health as a Human Right
- Advancing Corporate Citizenship in the Media
- Can Web 2.0 Revolutionize Corporate Responsibility?
- The Rise of the Rest
- Cyberethics: The Emerging Codes of Online Conduct
- Responsible Profit
- Innovations in Fighting Corruption