Clean Tech expert Susanna Kass discusses sustainability, Pepperdine’s new SEER program, and the simultaneous challenges and opportunities that exist in caring for the environment.
Bill Sanderson and Chuck Browne, senior administrators at Golden State Foods, answer questions on creating a values-driven company and corporate social responsibility.
Insight into 45 psychological traps that increase the probability that individuals will behave unethically and solutions to how the avoid them.
In this audio interview, seven-time social entrepreneur Mark Albion answers questions about building a just and sustainable world through business.
Self-regulation of CEO pay by public companies is needed to reduce reactive legislative that could easily have unintended or even negative consequences.
If an investor follows his conscience to invest in socially responsible companies, will he lose money, or does socially responsible investing pay off in the end?
When the public became more aware of the impact of obesity and health concerns, people reacted with different purchasing choices.
Several members of the Graziadio faculty recently engaged in a hearty dialogue on ethics in America and about teaching ethics to students.
For the first time in history, whistleblowers are being recognized as a powerful and positive force for change with new laws protecting the rights of whistleblowers.
The simple question, “Should I tell the truth in a negotiation?” opens the door to subjects as diverse as philosophy, linguistics, fiduciary duty, and, of course, ethics.
Businesses must manage integrity continuity by assessing their vulnerability to ethical disasters, taking proactive measures, and preparing to react when such scandals break.
Although information systems may seem value-neutral, their control of information—and thus power—within organizations bring ethical concerns.
As our world economy becomes more global, the need to understand and deal effectively with the practice and acceptance of corruption will become increasingly important.
Dr. Kerns discusses “virtuous values” that appear to have nearly universal appeal across cultures.
Effectively executing managerial leadership action roles that are aligned with a set of virtuous values can boost an organization’s economic and ethical bottom lines.