In an effort to abet educators in their efforts in establishing and sustaining ethics education, the following materials have been provided by Bill Daniels Professors (supported by the Daniels Fund) and associates to further business ethics education:
The Ethics Resource Center provides reports examining employees view of ethics in the workplace. The 2005 National Business Survey:
Hosted by the University of Wyoming, the University of Colorado, Colorado State University, and AACSB, the Conference included panel sessions and roundtable discussions dealing with specific topics such as business ethics teaching resources (cases, simulations, exercises, and videos), frameworks and challenges related to implementation. The Conference provided the opportunity for the sharing of resources, approaches and insights into effective methods for teaching business ethics. Follow the link above for access to conference materials available as a free resource to those teaching business ethics.
The Wall Street Journal provides discipline-specific, faculty developed weekly emails to provide reviews of current WSJ articles. The Business Ethics reviews are currently being completed by Dr. O.C. Ferrell, former Bill Daniels Distinguished Professor of Business Ethics, and include questions for classroom discussion. The reviews can be received free of charge and are detailed enough to serve as current examples or exercises in the classroom.
The course focuses on frameworks, resources, & approaches to developing business ethics programs and the teaching of business ethics. The course is appropriate for educators and practitioners interested in furthering their knowledge in business education and best practices in management.