VIRTUAL ONLY: Cases in Corporate Ethics: Discuss Real Life Conflicts

Description

Anyone who has ever attended a lecture-format ethics seminar knows that there is a better way. "Cases in Corporate Ethics" provides an opportunity for lively group discussion of actual real world, ethical dilemmas. "Cases in Corporate Ethics" examines eight cases drawn from real-life business conflicts involving corporate financial managers.

Highlights

We introduce new case selections to this seminar every year. Past cases have included these issues:

How do you handle an owner who pays for personal expenses with company funds?

Can you protect the public interest without violating our profession's confidentiality rules?

How can a corporate world CPA get in trouble with their board of accountancy?

Is a culture of fear and intimidation particularly susceptible to corporate fraud?

How can using the CPA credential get a corporate accountant in trouble?

Is exaggerating your CPE hours a violation of our professional codes of conduct?

What are your options when your employer is clearly breaking the law?

Does any legislation provide effective Whistleblower protection?

Cases and Group Discussion: This seminar includes group discussion of 8 cases.

Objectives

Provides an opportunity for corporate financial managers to apply ethical concepts to real life situations through case discussions.

Designed For

Corporate Financial Managers



Leaders

Don Minges

Don Minges, MBA, is a fractional CFO who works in diverse industries at various stages. His expertise is in profitability enhancement, strategic planning, venture capital, mergers & acquisitions, consulting, turnarounds, economic forecasting, cost accounting and financial analysis. Don has experience raising equity and has invested equity into promising businesses. He has served on the Board of Directors for several firms. Don graduated with highest honors from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke. Don’s mission is to increase the value of the business.