At our review of the biggest business ethics disasters of 2016, we talked about Wells Fargo, AI, and Big Pharma. The audience asked some great questions, about GREED being a motivator, and about neuroscience and its relationship to ethics. Here are some of my answers. In this 3m clip you will find a taste of […]
I had the privilege of moderating a panel of experts on Wells Fargo, Big Pharma, and AI at the Institute for Enterprise Ethics – I started with the challenge to expertise that post-truth represents.
In this beautiful five-minute clip, Martin Boroson suggests not only that one-minute meditation is a way to bootstrap into longer, but even better! He suggests that having a one-minute practice means we do it much more often, and eventually become able to practice becoming present in an instant.
Creating an ethical culture in your business You cannot create a good enough ethical mousetrap – humans are vastly creative (even at fraud). The mishaps at LIBOR, VW, 2008 financial crisis, Deepwater Horizon, Wells Fargo all happened at businesses which had multiple layers of controls. So what can you do? Create an ethical culture – […]
Is ethical business, good business? When you talk about a person being good, you mean more than they follow the law. Yet some people think following the law is all that is required of business – notably Milton Friedman who won a Nobel Prize. It is clearly a nonsense idea – Friedman was a good […]
Video: How did the worlds most important interest rate, largest car manufacturer, and largest sports organization become corrupted by billion-dollar scandals? What happened? How could the mishaps have been avoided? What are the lessons for business leaders?
Video: In this signature talk at Microsoft’s Distinguished Author Program, I cover why behaviors do not follow intentions, plans, and strategies. What is wrong with the ways people change behaviors (in themselves, in business, and in society) that makes it so difficult? After watching this, watch this for some strategies that work.
Video: In this signature talk at Microsoft’s Distinguished Author Program, I introduce three ideas from 21st century science that produce measurable changes in behavior. For why existing strategies don’t work, view Why We Suck at Behavioral Change.