The Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics wrapped up the year by hosting Bain Capital Managing Director Greg Shell. Shell came from Boston to spend two days with the UBC Sauder community, participating in events organized by the Dhillon Centre, the UBC Sauder Philanthropy Program and the UBC Sauder Centre for Social Innovation and Impact Investing.
The Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics has taken another step forward by naming the members of its Advisory Board.
Business executive and UBC Sauder MBA alumnus Patrick Nangle turned heads this summer when he left his position as President and CEO of Purolator—a $1.6 billion organization—to lead Modo, a local Vancouver car share co-op with an annual budget of just $10 million.
The UBC Sauder Philanthropy Program and The Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics are pleased to announce their second speaker of the year - Greg Shell, Managing Director of Bain Capital and board member for The Boston Foundation. He will be sharing his perspective on non-profits and responsible business.
UBC Sauder is offering a new course in January – “Impact Investing: Social Finance in the 21st Century.” It's the latest addition in a series of new courses on responsible business, including "Strategies for Responsible Business," and a student-led seminar “Examining the Role of Finance in Society," both launched this year in support of the school's mission to train responsible business leaders.
The Sauder community shares their thoughts on the importance of ethics in business.