In this class, we draw on the foundations of business management, organizational controls, and ethical decision-making to offer suggestions for improving firm performance and minimizing firm risk. We will discuss a myriad of topics including: organizational structure, control mechanisms and incentive systems, ethics frameworks, and more.
- Discuss key concepts related to corporate governance
- Develop organizational systems to facilitate ethical decision-making
- Examine the ethical responsibilities of accountants and attorneys
Richard S. Brown, PhD. is an Assistant Professor of Strategic Management at Penn State University-Harrisburg. He holds a B.A. from Saint Joseph’s University, an M.B.A from Lehigh University and a Ph.D. from Temple University. He teaches courses such as Business Strategy, Mergers and Acquisitions, Franchising, Leadership and Strategic Venture Planning. His primary research interests include corporate political activity and franchising. Dr. Brown has been published in 14 peer reviewed journals including Business and Politics, Journal of Managerial Issues, Service Business, Journal of Public Affairs and the Journal of Management Policy and Practice.
||Saturday, April 27th, 2019. 9:00 am to 5:00 pm EST
|Where:||Penn State Abington, Lares Building - 1600 Woodland Road, Abington, PA 19001
||Richard S. Brown, PhD.|
||4 Business Management & Organization and 4 Ethics CPE
||3 Substantive and 4 Ethics CLE
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