Business as an Agent of World Benefit - A Call of Our Time
Posted 10.17.05"Business as an Agent of World Benefit: A Call of Our Time" is the first event in a series of breakfasts at the Weatherhead School of Management. Dr. David Cooperrider, Professor of Organizational Behavior, co-creator of Appreciative Inquiry and founder of The Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit, will raise important questions about the role of business in society.
- Is it possible that the 21st century can become a time when the dynamism of business is aligned with the global agenda for constructive change?
- Is it possible to envision an inclusive capitalism in which the corporate sector prospers by engaging previously excluded voices, concerns and interests to catalyze a truly sustainable form of world development?
- Isn’t management education a matter of world affairs?
Dr. Cooperrider will speak Monday, October 17, 2005 from 7:30 – 9:30 am at the George S. Dively Building (on the Case Campus), 11240 Bellflower Road as part of Weatherhead's Breakfast Series.
Cost: $30/program; includes breakfast and parking
The event is open to the public.