Markkula Center of Applied Ethics

Global Conference on Business Ethics - The Accountable Corporation

Presentations from the Business Ethics Conference

Ned Barnholt, chairman emeritus of Agilent Technologies

Dan Warmenhoven, chief executive officer of Network Appliance, Inc

"A History of Business Ethics," Richard T. De George, University Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and of Business Administration, and Director of the International Center for Ethics in Business at the University of Kansas

"The Ethics of Human Capital," James O'Toole, Mortimer J. Adler Professor at the Aspen Institute and research professor at the Center for Effective Organizations, University of Southern California

"Corporate Governance," a panel discussion with Tom McCoy, CAO, AMD; Katharine Martin, partner Wilson Sonsini (corporate governance practice); Stephen F. Diamond, SCU professor of law, international corporate governance

PowerPoint Slides* from presentations at the Business Ethics Conference

Mike O'Farrell, Vice President, Global Community Affairs, Applied Materials, Inc.
"Applied Materials: CSR & Community Programs Overview"

Debra Dunn, SVP, HP Corporate Affairs & Global Citizenship
"Global Citizenship at HP"

Dan Warmenhoven, CEO, Network Appliance
"The Ethical Organization"

Linda Trevino, Smeal College of Business, The Pennsylvania State University
"Ethical Leadership: Creating An Ethical Culture"

David Grayson, Co-author of "Corporate Social Opportunity: Seven Steps to Make Corporate Social Responsibility Work for Your Business"
"Corporate Social Responsibility"

Sylvia Allen, Executive Director, Corporate Responsibility, Cisco Systems, Inc.
"The Accountable Corporation"

Lori Ryan, Corporate Governance Institute, San Diego State University
"Teaching Corporate Governance"

Mollie Painter-Morland, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, DePaul University in Chicago
"Redefining Accountability in a Network Society"

Jared Harris, doctoral candidate, Strategic Management and Organization, University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management
"How Much is Too Much? A Theoretical Analysis of Executive Compensation from the Standpoint of Distributive Justice"

Nien-he Hsieh, Assistant Professor of Legal Studies, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
"Maximization, Incomparability, and Managerial Choice"

Charl DuPlessis, Ph.D. candidate in Management, Darden Graduate School of Business; lecturer, McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia
"Corporate Accountability and Governance Reform: An Alternative Logic of Value to Agency Theory’s Dead End"

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