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Stimulating ethical leadership A Student’s Perspective. Juliet Taylor, MBA Candidate 2011 1 st PRME Latin America Regional Meeting December 6, 2011. Turning Ethics into Action. At IAE, ethical decision-making and responses to corruption have been explicitly considered during 8 courses:

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Stimulating ethical leadership a student s perspective

Stimulating ethical leadershipA Student’s Perspective

Juliet Taylor, MBA Candidate 2011

1st PRME Latin America Regional Meeting

December 6, 2011


Turning ethics into action

Turning Ethics into Action

  • At IAE, ethical decision-making and responses to corruption have been explicitly considered during 8 courses:

    • Analysis of Business Situations

    • OrganisationalBehaviour

    • Management Systems

    • Aligning the Organisation

    • Non-Market Strategy

    • Corporate Social Responsibility

    • Corporate Policy

    • Corporate Governance (Elective)

  • Ethical principles have been taught, developed and examined through technical notes, case-based teaching, group projects and oral examination.

COMMENT: students embrace concepts where there is an opportunity to implement frameworks and assess outcomes


A student s perspective

A Student’s Perspective

  • Case-based teaching and debate is an essential foundation.

  • Inspire through examples of good “citizenship”

    • Understand corporate best practice

    • Developing understanding of collective initiatives and decisions

      COMMENT: There is a need to increasestudent awareness of NGO and collective action initiatives

  • Moving beyond citizenship to leadership

    • Understand stakeholders

    • Identify sources of advice and assistance

    • Instill partnerships and collective action as a priority response

    • Move beyond one-off decision-making

      COMMENT: Simulations offer students the possibility to implement frameworks and determine their own decision parameters


From teaching to implementation

From teaching to implementation


Simulating ethical dilemmas

Stakeholder Positions

Simulating Ethical Dilemmas

Immediate Decision and Justifications

Simulated Outcomes

“Real Life” Comparison

The Corruption Dilemma

External Consultation Options

Preventative Initiatives

Internal Consultation Options


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Students value opportunities to implement knowledge within the MBA experience.

  • Computer-based simulations offer an interesting opportunity:

    • Practical experience for students

    • Increased situational pressure and realism

    • Statistical data for faculty and alumni

    • Increased emphasis on collective action opportunities


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