Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow
Featured Event: Ethical Blind Spots: When Leaders Fail Ethics
Thursday, November 15, 2012 | 7 - 9 PM | McShain Auditorium
Tyco, Madoff, Countrywide Financial, Lehman Brothers – these names call
to mind some of the most egregious ethical failures in business of the
past several decades. Are these failures merely the result of a few “bad
apples,” or is there more to the story? How does corporate governance
influence organizational ethics? What can research on behavioral ethics
and decision making tell us about the factors that lead people to act
against their own values? In this roundtable discussion, panelists with
expertise in leadership, organizational ethics, corporate governance,
behavioral economics, and ethical decision making will explore these and
K. Buchholtz, Professor of Leadership and Ethics and Research Director of
the Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers University.
- Jason Dana, Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania.
H. Marks, Associate Professor of Bioethics, Humanities, Law, and
Philosophy at Pennsylvania State University; Director, Bioethics and
Medical Humanities Program, University Park.
- Kathleen O’Neil, President and CEO of Liberty Street Advisors and Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow at Rosemont College.