Category Archives: Business Ethics

Lockheed Martin’s President – Christopher Kubasik – Resigns over Ethical Violation — Business Ethics Speaker Chuck Gallagher Comments

What’s in the water?  Seems everywhere we turn these days we find someone resigning over an inappropriate relationship and a breach of ethics!  Every choice has a consequence and it is clear that no one is immune from the consequences … Continue reading

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We Don’t Hire Convicted Felons! Really? Raising the HR Bar’s Blog my Change Your Mind!

A great blog came across my desk the other day and frankly it was worth a read and then a second read.  Here’s a link to the original blog – “Does Your Hiring Policy Exclude Ex-Con’s?  Watch Out!” What caught … Continue reading

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Ex-con Patrick Kuhse talks business ethics at the Saunders Institute for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

NEWS RELEASE Former stockbroker talks about ‘slippery slope’ of fraud, greed and accountability Smart people can make big mistakes and Patrick Kuhse was one of them. The successful stockbroker and entrepreneur began his descent into crime in 1989 when a … Continue reading

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Business Ethics Theories – Stockholder Theory – Part Two – Chuck Gallagher Business Ethics Speaker Comments

So when the question was asked, “Which theory of business ethics do you follow” I admit my response was unexpected and certainly not scholarly or academic.  My response? “The theory that keeps you out of federal prison!” As you might … Continue reading

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Business Ethics Theories – Stockholder, Stakeholder, and Social Contract Theories – Part One

Not long ago I was the dinner keynote speaker at an ethics conference in Canada and considering my entrance it was kept low key who the featured speaker was – in other words my physical identity was a mystery.  But, … Continue reading

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