2022 Partners in Business Ethics Symposium
This year’s conference theme is TRUST.
October 10-12, 2022
Boston University Questrom School of Business
This is an in-person event.
The Partners in Business Ethics Symposium at Boston University Questrom School of Business will be an exciting program of keynote speakers and panel discussions that will connect business school deans, thought leaders in business ethics, and corporate leaders, to foster dialogue and share a commitment to promoting integrity and ethical behavior.
Featured speakers include Judy Samuelson, Day 1 Keynote Speaker, VP, Founder, and Executive Director of the Business and Society Program Aspen Institute.
Judy Samuelson discusses findings from her book The Six New Rules of Business: Creating Real Value in a Changing World. Samuelson’s intertwined Six New Rules provides a path to developing a broadly inclusive approach to value creation.
Our dinner keynote speaker will be Shalene Gupta — 2022 Thinkers50 Radar awardee, Journalist, Writer, and Co-Author. Shalene will share insights from her book, The Power of Trust: How Companies Build It, Lose It, and Regain It.
Additional Speakers on October 11 include:
David Bersoff, SVP, Edelman Trust and John Gerzema, CEO, Harris Poll.
Eric Rosengren, former President and CEO of the Boston Federal Reserve and Bill Irving, CIO of Fidelity.
Questrom Professor in Management, Andy King and Wing Tat Lee Family Professor in Management, Nalin Kulatilaka will lead a discussion with Florian Berg, research associate at MIT Sloan School of Management and Kenneth Pucker, Senior Lecturer at Tufts Fletcher School on “Trust and ESG Measurement and ESG Marketing”.
Questrom Professor in Management, Marshall Van Alstyne and Aviv Ovadya from the Harvard Kennedy School Belfer Center will hone in on “Trust, Mis-Information, Dis-Information and Fake News”.
Speakers on October 12 include:
Leora Eisenstadt, Associate Professor at Fox School of Business at Temple University and Jeremias Adams-Prassi, Professor of Law at Oxford University will be participating on a panel about ‘Trust, Technology, and the Workplace’.
Susannah Shattuck, Head of Product at Credo AI will be focusing on ‘Responsible AI’.
Dr. Taya R. Cohen, Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon, and Leader of the Science of Honesty Project will speak to ‘What is Truth and Honesty in Business?’
Join and be part of the conversation!
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