GOURLAY VISITING PROFESSOR OF ETHICS IN BUSINESS PUBLIC LECTURE

GOURLAY VISITING PROFESSOR OF ETHICS IN BUSINESS PUBLIC LECTURE

GOURLAY VISITING PROFESSOR OF ETHICS IN BUSINESS PUBLIC LECTURE

The Visiting Professor of Ethics in Business contributes to the academic and community life of Trinity College, the Melbourne Business School and the wider University of Melbourne.

The 2017 Visiting Professor of Ethics in Business is Professor Rob Phillips. Professor Phillips is Professor of Management and Philosophy, Politics, Economics and Law (PPEL) at the E. Claiborne Robins School of Business of the University of Richmond, Virginia.

He is known as one of the leading thinkers in stakeholder theory and organizational ethics. Professor Phillips published work includes three books and dozens of scholarly articles published in journals such as the Academy of Management ReviewStrategic Management Journal and Business Ethics Quarterly. For further information about Rob please click here

Professor Phillips will be discussing 'Organisation and Responsibility'. He will explore how in a time where innovations in economic activities have caused profound changes, our ability to assess and motivate responsible business practices has lagged behind. In the process creating, in many cases, a ‘rule of no one’ when it comes to assessing the accompanying ethical challenges. Professor Phillips explores how to better understand responsibility in a world of complex value chains and radically diffuse corporate responsibility. 

Date: Wednesday 10 May 2017

Time: Reception from 6pm and Lecture to commence at 7pm

Location: The Craig Auditorium, the Gateway building

RSVP: This is a free lecture for all who wish to attend. Due to the capacity of the lecture theatre it is essential to RSVP online and present your ticket upon entry. 

Book online here

Date: 10 May 2017
Category: Supporting