What the future of work might look like as data science, AI and machine learning increase productivity. Not everyone will develop breakthrough algorithms. Tech can help us to do things that are human. Mark Kennedy discusses bridging the skills gap.
How much can be attributed to organisational contexts and what does this mean for individual leaders' personal responsibility and ethical judgment? Prof Celia Moore addresses these questions on 2 October in a presentation on behaviour and ethics.
“Society benefits when people are moral. Individuals benefit when they aren’t” – Celia Moore discusses moral disengagement with Shelley Gare, identifying three ways that people self-deceive to make their actions acceptable.
Professor of Organisational Behaviour Celia Moore explores why responsible leadership matters, its role in contemporary society and how individuals can help change corporate culture for the better
In his latest blog for the World Economic Forum, David Gann argues that university-supported, science-based entrepreneurship must be part of the vanguard of the global response to the pandemic. Entrepreneurship provides options, speed and agility.
Celia Moore, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, is optimistic that after the Covid-19 crisis, there will be a surge in ethical leadership.
Never waste a good crisis: the strategic challenges of rapid cloud adoption in financial services
What the Future
Ethical leaders don't have to be high up within an organisation, but they do have to show responsibility for their actions and promote positivity.