Ethics for Corporate Boards
Directors of publicly traded companies can be held legally accountable for three types of activities:
- Mistakes, for which they may face civil penalties
- Outright wrongdoing, for which they may face criminal penalties
- Willful blindness—ignoring red flags signaling fraud—for which they may face civil or criminal penalties
Center Executive Director Kirk O. Hanson talks with former federal prosecutor Hank Shea about how boards of directors can stay out of trouble. Shea is a senior distinguished fellow at University of St. Thomas School of Law and visiting professor at University of Arizona School of Law.
|How Boards Can Prevent Ethical Meltdowns-
Hank Shea (video)
|Where Boards Go Wrong- Hank Shea
What Boards Should Know About
Oct 2, 2015
Teachers Learn about Knowledge of Faith
The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics hosts a week-long ethics camp for new Catholic school teachers.
Brings with him years of experience in education and character curricula
In his new position, Mancuso will continue his work writing Build. Plant. Grow., and organizing the annual Ethics Camp along with Program Director Steve Johnson.