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Updates from Giving Voice To Values at UVA Darden School of Business (apologies for cross-post)

  • 1.  Updates from Giving Voice To Values at UVA Darden School of Business (apologies for cross-post)

    Posted 05-03-2023 17:47


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    Happy spring! Giving Voice to Values continues to grow rapidly and globally, and we gratefully share recent developments below.

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    Mary Gentile will give a GVV presentation to the Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences, as they prepare to incorporate ethics elements in all of their teaching with GVV playing a central role at the University of Cologne, Köln, Germany, 8 May 2023.



    Mary Gentile served as a panelist for a global webinar, "Working With Values for Organizational Growth: Lessons Learnt From the Field," hosted by FlyntRok (based in Australia), 17 April 2023. VIDEO



    Mary Gentile gave a presentation in the Trinity College Business Ethics Speaker Series at Trinity College, Ireland, 2 February 2023.  VIDEO



    Daniel Malan, Assistant Professor of Business Ethics at Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin gave a GVV presentation to 200 senior managers at  Toyota South Africa  January, 2023.



    Forthcoming Book in the GVV Series From Routledge:

    Authentic Excellence for Organizations: Creating Flourishing "&" Cultures 
    by R. Kelly Crace, Charles J. Hardy, Robert L. Crace

    (June 2023)




    Mary C. Gentile was named the 2023 Andy Eder Business Faculty member at FASPE (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics).

    Dennis Gentilin Top 5 Books List | April 2023
    Giving Voice to Values by Mary C. Gentile is included on Dennis Gentilin's list of the "Best Books for Business Ethics Students and Practitioners."  



    Darden Business Publishing is pleased to offer a new series of Tech Ethics cases (listed below). Several of the cases were made possible with a grant to the University of Virginia from the Deloitte Foundation


    • Ashesi University launched their GVV MOOC on 14 June 2022. The course is part of an Education Collaborative initiative with other African universities to transform higher education. Led by Professor Rebecca Awuah, the program includes GVV cases specific to Africa.
    • Science and Technology Online Ethics Center has approved the GVV MOOC that Mary Gentile adapted for Engineering Education and is making it available (it was successfully piloted at UVA School of Engineering in the Fall of 2021).
    • Munster Technological University in Ireland led a year long faculty and curriculum development program, "Professional Ethics at MTU: Giving Voice to Values in an Irish Context."
    • GVV is now featured in an ONLINE program for the CFA Institute (Chartered Financial Analyst Institute). 



    • GVV Pedagogy and Curriculum Development Presentation to engineering faculty by Mary C. Gentile. Wake Forest University, 6 January 2023.
    • GVV presentation to managers at Tata Power by Subhasis Ray, professor at Xavier Institute of Management University (India), January 2023.



    • Mary Gentile's research is cited in, "An Empirical Analysis of the Theoretical Foundation of the Giving Voice to Values Pedagogy," in Accounting Education, by William F. Miller, Tara J. Shawver and Stephen M. Mintz.



    • "Giving Voice to Values 'Train-the-Trainer' Program for Internal Managers at MasterCard" by Mary C. Gentile. Program is rolling out to the MasterCard organization across numerous countries in Africa in 2023.
    • Mary Gentile participated in a discussion of "Giving Voice To Values" for the "Virtuous Leadership Program," a convening of senior business leaders in Brazil, sponsored by Virtuous Company2022. Watch Video.
    • "Giving Voice to Values" is being offered as an Executive Education program at Curtin University, Perth, Australia, 2022.
    • Grant-funded GVV Curriculum project launched in engineering, nursing and social care at Munster Technological University, Ireland, 2021.
    • The Australian Institute of Health and Safety is offering an online professional development version of the GVV MOOC customized for Health and Safety profession.
    • Australian Financial Markets Association built GVV into their competencies and training modules and receives high evaluations from users, 2020.
    • Faculty in Jordan, Colombia, Switzerland and France have translated parts of GVV for use in their courses.

    Visit the GVV Around the World section of our website for more on GVV's global reach and impact.


    GVV is active internationally and growing, with over 1,400 presentations and/or pilots in education, business and fields such as nursing, medicine, law, the military, finance, and the public sector. For example, in addition to the items listed above:

    • GVV has been a featured input into the Communication Skills program at the Notre Dame School of Medicine, Australia, and was acknowledged at the Association for Medical Education in Europe annual conference, 2020.
    • GVV is now featured in an ONLINE program for the CFA Institute (Chartered Financial Analyst Institute).
    • GVV is being used in professional development programming by the GFOA (Government Financial Officers Association).
    • GVV has become part of the pedagogy and curriculum for FASPE, the Fellowship at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics. To learn more, visit:


    Thank you for your continued interest and use of Giving Voice to Values!


    Learn More



    Giving Voice to Values: How to Speak Your Mind When You Know What's Right

    GVV Curriculum and Materials at UVA Darden Business Publishing

    GVV MOOC Information and Registration

    Contact: Brian Moriarty
    Giving Voice to Values
    University of Virginia Darden School of Business