Why We Get Into Ethical Difficulty and How to Stop Ourselves
Monday, 16 Apr 2018 at 7:00 pm – Great Hall, Memorial UnionMarianne Jennings is the author of The Seven Signs of Ethics Collapse and a professor of legal and ethical studies in business in the Department of Management at Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business. She will discuss a common pattern in ethical decline as well as steps that can be taken to prevent missteps. Jennings teaches graduate courses in the MBA program in business ethics and the legal environment of business and is the author of six text books and monographs. She has also done consulting work for law firms, businesses and professional groups, including Boeing, DuPont, Motorola, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Hy-Vee Foods. Murray Bacon Center for Business Ethics Lecture
Marianne Jennings's columns have been syndicated around the country, and her work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the Chicago Tribune, the New York Times, Washington Post, and the Reader's Digest. She has been a commentator on business issues on All Things Considered for National Public Radio. She has conducted more than 300 workshops and seminars in the areas of business, personal, government, legal, academic and professional ethics. She has appeared on CNBC, CBS This Morning, the Today Show, and CBS Evening News.
Jennings received a JD from Brigham Young University as well as a BA in Finance.
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