UBC BizTech and the UBC Sauder Dhillon Centre are co-hosting UBC BizTech’s very first LunchTime series to discuss topics related to the ethics behind today’s technological innovations. It will explores issues such the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence, environmental issues, job security in a market being dominated by automation, and IT security.
UBC Sauder students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in the Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics and CFA Society Vancouver’s second professional ethics workshop led by Janine Guenther.
The Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics is hosting Boston University academic Dr. Caroline Flammer, who will present her work on corporate governance and the rise of integrating corporate social responsibility criteria in executive compensation.
In order to stay ahead in today’s complex business world, corporate leaders must understand how society’s expectations of business are changing – and the law is a major driver of those expectations. That’s why the Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics at UBC Sauder hosted last week’s Academic-Practitioner Roundtable in Responsible Business and the Law.
The Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics is hosting an Academic-Practitioner Roundtable on Responsible Business and the Law. It will be a gathering of experts covering diverse topics related to the law as a driver of increased expectations for business responsibility.
The Sauder community shares their thoughts on the importance of ethics in business.