Joe Alexander, associate dean of the Massey Graduate Business School, served as a keynote speaker for the Greater Greenville (SC) Chamber of Commerce Ethics in Business and Education conference on March 14. His presentation focused on the use of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award criteria for creating an organizational framework for ethical behavior. Don McCabe, a Rutgers University professor of management, served as the other keynote speaker and presented the results of his national research on the ethical/unethical behaviors of K-12 and college students over the last decade. Other speakers included Debra Clements, general counsel for Milliken & Company, and Michele Brinn, vice president for workforce development and education at the Greenville Chamber. The program was sponsored by the Greenville Chamber Foundation, in partnership with Clemson University’s Robert J. Rutland Institute for Ethics, USC Upstate’s George Dean Johnson Jr. College of Business and Economics and the Capital Corporation.
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