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Business Ethics as Values Management – Concepts, Experiences, Challenges

Date:
Tuesday 6th March 2018
Time:
1.30pm-3pm

Location: D121, St Mary's University

Engagement with ‘business ethics’ terminology – and the variety of approaches to good corporate practice, ways and means through which businesses can meet society’s ethical expectations through implementing values within their management processes.

The lecture will draw a distinction between normative and philosophical approaches addressing decisions and actions in the business world and how to build values management system in an organisation.

About the speaker

Prof Dr Josef Wieland is Holder of the Chair for Institutional Economics, Organizational Governance, Integrity Management and Transcultural Leadership, Director of LEIZ, Vice-President of Zeppelin University. Prior to his current position, Josef Wieland was Professor of Business Administration and Economics with an emphasis on business ethics at the University of Applied Sciences, Konstanz.

An expert in the field of compliance and business ethics of more than 20 years standing, he initiated the Forum Compliance and Integrity (FCI) of which he is President, and chairs the German Network of Business Ethics (DNWE). He is a member of inter alia, the national CSR Forum, the jury for the German government’s CSR Award, and the Advisory Council for Sustainability of the government of the federal state of Baden-Württemberg. In the context of the German G20 presidency in 2016/2017, Prof. Wieland co-chaired the working group “Sustainability in Global Value Chains” within the Think20 process.

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Date:
Tuesday 6th March 2018
Time:
1.30pm-3pm

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For more information about this event please email siobhan.cockrill@stmarys.ac.uk.

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