2016 Partners in Business Ethics Conference

Where Business Ethics is Going

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The University of Kansas School of Business and the KU International Center for Ethics in Business, with support from the Deloitte Foundation, are pleased to host the fifth Partners in Business Ethics Conference on September 29-30. Partners in Business Ethics is a unique gathering of business school deans, thought leaders in the field of ethics, and corporate business leaders. This event brings together subject matter experts from business, academics, and the military to share their leadership education experiences related to value-based decision making and creating an ethical culture.

The conference will begin Thursday evening with a reception, dinner and the University of Kansas School of Business Sutton Lecture, which will feature Glenn Stastny, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Deloitte, and Gen. David G. Perkins, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. On Friday, the topics covered include a variety of subjects to include the ethical implications of big data to the ethical issues in a business’ supply chain. Speakers include:

  • General David G. Perkins, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (military leadership training)
  • Bill Self, Men’s Basketball Coach, University of Kansas (ethics in sports)
  • Murli Buluswar, Chief Science Officer, AIG (data analytics/privacy)
  • Marc Elkins, Chief Compliance Officer and Associate General Counsel, Cerner Corp. (data analytics/privacy)
  • Roger Woody, Executive lecturer and Director of the Center for Supply Chain Management, University of Kansas (ethics in supply chain management)
  • Beth Ward, Senior Vice President for Supply Chain, Hallmark Cards (ethics in supply chain management)
  • Keith Darcy, Partner, Deloitte LLP (vision of business ethics into the future)
  • John Tyler, General Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer for the Ewing Marion Kaufmann Foundation

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