Learn the importance of an ethical environment for your business.
The first challenge that arises in the realm of business ethics is to identify the existence of some problem. Some ethical challenges are clear and unambiguous. Others are more obscure. Some generalizations can be made concerning the landscape of business ethics. Problems tend to fall within discernable categories. Knowledge of the more frequent sorts of issues is helpful: business owners and managers can then design ethics programs (including ethics codes and ethics training) that prepare for likely issues in advance. This white paper reviews common ethical archetypes.
Served at NNU as professor of business law and business ethics
Taught ethics, law and entrepreneurship in graduate and undergraduate programs
Served as general counsel, assoc. vice president for advancement, executive director for community & governmental relations, assoc. Dean of the College of Business, assistant to the president, and director of the NNU M.B.A. program
2010 recipient of the International Award for Teaching Excellence from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), members include 650 institutions from 40 countries
Practiced law as a civil litigator in Boise for 16 years, and then joined Gulf Resources & Chemical Corporation (an NYSE company) and its subsidiary as general counsel and vice president
Left Gulf and after two years in a consulting practice at KPMG Peat Marwick founded an international consulting company with clients worldwide, which assisted over 70 large U.S. and international companies with nonlitigated solutions to specialized complex business disputes
He sold his company to join NNU
During a recent 18 month hiatus from NNU, he served as vice president for Transacction Partners, a cloud-based business financial outsourcing company which worked for churches, nonprofit, and profit organizations
Consulted with major corporations and international and local organizations on strategic planning, risk management, governance, and other business matters
Most popular speaking topic is “Thinking Like Warren Buffett,” a topic which he has been invited to address over three dozen times
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