Teaching Innovation Projects


Richard Ivey School of Business


Every year a small number of business managers and executives are caught engaging in fraudulent behaviours and making questionable decisions (e.g., Enron). These headline-making actions become discussion points in many business schools; however, undergraduate business students receive little organized, formal education in business ethics. Using a multidisciplinary approach, this workshop emphasizes the importance of teaching business students about ethics in all undergraduate classrooms. In 90 minutes, participants will learn about the importance of business ethics, how to effectively incorporate a dialogue about ethical practices into any business classroom, and how to create a confidential learning environment to facilitate effective ethics discussions.

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