Best In Class Speaker- 2016 PCMA Convening Leaders
Kabrina Krebel Chang- Clinical Associate Professor
An Integrated Approach to Business Ethics for Multiple Generations, from the classroom to the boardroom- 2016 BEST IN CLASS
• Establish a better understanding of how human behavior impacts good decision-making;
• Navigate generational differences related to decision-making among Boomers, Gen X, and millennials;
• Identify ways by which managers enable smart, well-reasoned decision-making among employees of all ages
You’re an ethical person, right? It turns out that research shows most people cheat, but just a little. The answer to this question is complicated by the fact that for the first time in U.S. history four generations are working side-by-side. Are there generational differences related to decision-making among Boomers, Gen X, and Millennials? As a leader of the charge for an overhauled integrated approach to ethics education at the university level, Boston University School of Management Professor Kabrina Chang brings her special insight on generational and management issues to an overview of ethics.
.15 credits or 1.5 learning hours!