Todd Jick Appointed Reuben Mark Faculty Director of Organizational Character and Leadership

Ethics and Leadership News | November 5, 2020

Todd Jick, veteran professor, takes on the role of Reuben Mark Faculty Director of Organizational Character and Leadership this fall.

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Drink Responsibly: How Boda Coffee is Changing the African Coffee Supply Chain

Ethics and Leadership News | September 22, 2020

Recent graduate, Hemish Dave ’20, founder of Boda Coffee speaks to his new venture and how CBS prepared him to lead in a sustainable and purposeful way.

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Modupe Akinola Appointed Director of the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Center for Leadership and Ethics

Ethics and Leadership News | September 2, 2020

Modupe Akinola, Associate Professor of Management, steps into the role of Faculty Director this fall.

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Can Zoom Be a Tool for Teaching Anti-Racism?

Ethics and Leadership News | August 18, 2020

The second annual Academic DEI Conference virtually assembled top professors from peer schools around the world to discuss and develop best practices for teaching diversity, equity, and inclusion in business school and beyond.

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Winning Now, Winning Later with David Cote

Ethics and Leadership News | June 16, 2020

Former CEO of Honeywell International, David Cote, discusses his new book Winning Now, Winning Later and opens up about becoming the leader of a company that was on the verge of failure.

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Pharmaceutical Titan, Dr. Roy Vagelos, Discusses Leading Through Crisis in the COVID Era

Ethics and Leadership News | May 28, 2020

Dr. Roy Vagelos ’54PS shares his perspective on the current pandemic as well as leadership insights from his long-storied tenure as CEO of Merck & Co.

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Evolving Ethics and the Covid Pandemic

Ethics and Leadership News | May 18, 2020

Angela Rossetti ’80, a guest lecturer at Columbia’s Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, brings to light businesses’ evolving ethical compass by comparing the dishonorable business decisions of the 1918 flu pandemic with the collaborative, moral commitments made by today’s business leaders in the time of Coronavirus.

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The Balancing Act of Leading Through a Crisis

Ethics and Leadership News | May 15, 2020

Top executives discuss leading through the COVID-19 crisis while striking the proper balance between personal and professional.

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Networking in the Lockdown Era

Ethics and Leadership News | April 29, 2020

Bernstein Faculty Leader and David W. Zalaznick Associate Professor of Business, Dan Wang, explores the power behind creating, maintaining and leveraging meaningful relationships in today’s altered social climate.


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Colgate Leaders Discuss the Importance of a Strong CEO-General Counsel Relationship for Organizational Culture

Ethics and Leadership News | April 27, 2020

“I have always thought that the relationship between the CEO and the General Counsel is the most important partnership that exists,” said Reuben Mark, former CEO of Colgate-Palmolive for nearly two and a half decades. 

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