Friday, April 27th 2012: The DCU Institute of Ethics has announced the first Executive Programme on Responsible Capitalism. The course has been designed in collaboration with Prof. R Edward Freeman of the University of Virginia, Prof. Michael Hopkins (University of Geneva and MHCInternational) and Prof. Lorenzo Sacconi (University of Trento and EconomEtica, Milan) and organised in partnership with DCU Ryan Academy, Business in the Community Ireland and MHCInternational.
The Responsible Capitalism Executive Programme is aimed at top managers who wish to develop their understanding of how the key ideas (and management tools) of Stakeholder Theory and Business Ethics can add value to their organisation, rethinking traditional business models to create successful, responsible business.
This 3-day programme will provide a highly interactive environment, enabling participants to engage in unconventional conversations with international thought leaders who will also share their experience in helping organisations to integrate ethics and the stakeholder approach into practice, worldwide
For more information of the course, please click here http://www4.dcu.ie/institute_ethics/responsible_capitalism.shtml