Please join the International Humanistic Management Association and Michael Pirson, Fordham University for an Transforming Business Education conversation with David Sloan Wilson, best Selling Author, Evolutionary Bioligist, and Distinguished Professor at Binghamton University
Date: Friday, May 17
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00pm (EST)
Location: Web conferencing, details will be sent before the event once your RSVP is received
Transforming Business Education series as hosted by IHMA as a Pedagogical Development format. It is co-sponsored by Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business.
Topic for this Conversation: Transforming Business Education through an Evolutionary Lens
Please join David Sloan Wilson for a conversation about how to change business school education to align with the latest scientific insights on multilevel selection. Prof. Wilson is a leading authority in the field of evolutionary sciences, author of award winning articles and best selling books (including Evolution for Everyone, Altruism). His work is focused on how business can become a force for good, dispelling the myth of tradeoffs and developing disruptive mindsets as well as native capabilities.
The conversation, facilitated by Michael Pirson (Fordham University, Director of the Center for Humanistic Management), and author of Humanistic Management (Cambridge, 2017), will explore what we can learn from the most recent scientific insights from an evolutionary perspective. We will explore how evolutionary sciences can inform business education, possibly replacing economics as the grandfather science.
David Sloan Wilson is SUNY Distinguished Professor of Biology and Anthropology at Binghamton University. He applies evolutionary theory to all aspects of humanity in addition to the rest of life, both in his own research and as director of EvoS, a unique campus-wide evolutionary studies program that recently received NSF funding to expand into a nationwide consortium. His books include Darwin’sCathedral: Evolution, Religion, and the Nature of Society, Evolution for Everyone: How Darwin’s Theory Can Change the Way We Think About Our Lives, and The Neighborhood Project: Using Evolution to Improve My City, One Block at a Time and Does Altruism Exist? Culture, Genes, and the Welfare of Others.