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An Introduction to our new Ethics Podcast Series!

An Introduction to our new Ethics Podcast Series!

Update: 2020-04-22
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Every crisis carries an obligation. 

The obligation to put principles into practice. The obligation to put your people and your community first.  

How do we lead ethically in times of crisis? How do we meet the needs of our customers while safeguarding the health of our colleagues and our community? 

The Butler University Lacy School of Business presents its new podcast channel and a three-part Ethics Series presented by Old National Bank. Join us in conversations with top business leaders as they explore how COVID-19 has affected the way they work and the communities they serve. 

We’ll talk with leaders from Ethisphere’s World’s Most Ethical Companies. Leaders like:  

  • Jim Ryan – Old National Bank Chairman and CEO 
  • Andrew Penca – Cummins Executive Director of Supply Chain, Engine Business 
  • Melissa Stapleton Barnes – Eli Lilly and Company Senior Vice President, Enterprise Risk Management, and Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer 

In our journey to become the Midwest's leader in Business Ethics Education and Ethical Leadership, the Lacy School of Business is launching its yearlong ethics series, including podcasts, offering free educational events to students, alumni, and the business community. 

Our goal is to continue to exemplify ethical practice and leadership development for our students, future leaders, and the community as a whole. 

Credits: 
Production Team - Bram Sheckels & Kelly Schmidt
Music by Ronak Raval

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An Introduction to our new Ethics Podcast Series!

An Introduction to our new Ethics Podcast Series!

Lacy School of Business