Tag Archives: Business Ethics

The Future of Capitalism

Professor R. Edward Freeman was featured in a closing plenary panel at the Eighth Bentley Global Business Ethics Symposium. The panel focused on trends, challenges and possibilities with respect to the enterprise of the future. The following remarks come from … Continue reading

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Ethics and Business Schools

The Darden School of Business was recently ranked the number two business school for ethics by Bloomberg Businessweek. The rankings were generated through a survey of recent MBA graduates around the world. Darden has long prided itself on including ethics … Continue reading

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Stakeholder Engagement and Firm Resiliency

Resilient organizations recognize and absorb the effects of stressful situations and experience positive outcomes despite such hardships. Olsson Center Fellow Jared Harris and Darden Ph.D. candidate Megan Hess explore the phenomenon of organizational resilience and extend current theory to explain … Continue reading

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Do You Leave Ethics at Home?

First, let’s end all of this talk that the only responsibility of a business is to create shareholder value. Of course, shareholders have to win and win big. So do customers, suppliers, employees, and communities if we want to sustain … Continue reading

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How Corporate Reputations Can Benefit from Stakeholder Management

What are the effects of good stakeholder management on the reputation of a business, and does a company‚Äôs reputation affect its ability to engage with its key stakeholders? It is suggested that a new narrative about business is badly needed, … Continue reading

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