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Promoting Moral Excellence in Business

Rethink the purpose of business, examine the meaning of spiritual values such as unity, justice, nobility, and service, and explore how they apply in a business environment

Social Transformation
8 weeks
Weekly Study
Jan 21-Mar 17
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January 28, 2021

Offered in collaboration with the Bahá’í inspired organization ebbf (Ethical Business Building the Future,, Achieving Moral Excellence in Business allows learners to explore and redefine the fundamentals of a new business and management paradigm founded on revolutionary spiritual and moral principles drawn from the Bahá’í Revelation. To provide a contrast, we will first review current understanding of business ethics and then challenge commonly held assumptions in business and management. We will take time to rethink the purpose of business, examine the meaning of such spiritual and moral values as unity, justice, nobility, and service, and explore how these values and operational principles such as consultation apply in a business environment.  We will then explore groundbreaking concepts of leadership, power, and corporate governance.

Audience: The course should be of interest to anyone interested in starting a business, improving their business, transforming their work environment, providing innovative and transformational consulting services or sharpening their social entrepreneurship skills.

Meet Your Faculty
Nabil Elias, PhD
Dean of Education, ebbf, Ethical Business Building the Future

I am a business faculty emeritus at UNC Charlotte, a former professor at University of Manitoba, a former visiting professor at Laval, Thunderbird, INSEAD, HEC, ESCP, EGADE, a former director of MBA programs at UNC Charlotte and Manitoba, and a former president of the Canadian Academic Accounting Association. My Bahá’í... See Faculty Bio

Jean Parker, PhD
Affiliate Faculty, College of Business and Economics, Regis University

I am a qualitative researcher utilizing participatory research to build cohesive communities throughout the world. My doctoral dissertation was on emergency preparedness learning through community radio in North Indian villages. I incorporated principles of the Bahá’í Faith into my academic work resulting in the development of a new theoretical approach... See Faculty Bio

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