This session is open to the public. It is the first in a series of programs to teach how to teach values in the classroom or the workplace.
Our guest is: David Wasieleski
David M. Wasieleski is the Chair of the Management and Marketing Department and Professor of Management & Business Ethics in the Palumbo Donahue School of Business at Duquesne University. His academic research focuses on natural science approaches to understanding ethical decision-making and the formation of social contracts within organizational contexts. He also studies cognitive biases on decision-making and behavior in workplace environments.
At Duquesne, he teaches business ethics, organizational behavior, and public affairs.He currently serves as Associate Editor for Business and Society and Book Review Editor for the Journal of Business Ethics Education, and sits on the editorial board of the Journal of Organizational Moral Psychology. As a member of the Academy of Management, he reviews papers for the Organizational Behavior Division, the Social Issues in Management Division, and the Management and Organization Cognition Division. He served as Chair of the Book Award Committee of the SIM Division (2008-2009), and was Chair of the Membership Committee of the SIM Division (2009).
Live 1 hour video conference using zoom
Date: Thursday April 30th 10 am eastern.