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Updates from Giving Voice to Values at UVA Darden School of Business (Apologies for cross-posts)

  • 1.  Updates from Giving Voice to Values at UVA Darden School of Business (Apologies for cross-posts)

    Posted 29 days ago

    Hi Brian,

    If you would kindly forward the newsletter to the AOM list that would be much appreciated! Thank you -Derry

     

     

     

     

     

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

    New here? See our two-page overview of GVV's history and resources (PDF).

    If you have proposal ideas for GVV-related books in the Giving Voice To Values Book Series from Routledge, please contact Brian Moriarty.

    Please send newsletter submissions to: GVV@darden.virginia.edu

     


     

    Highlights

     

    Giving Voice to Values is excited to announce a collaboration with the Principles for Responsible Management Education, the largest organized relationship between the United Nations and management-related higher education institutions.

    To kick off our collaboration, we will be hosting a joint workshop to introduce the Impactful Five (i5) project and Giving Voice to Values innovative pedagogical approaches.

    Register to attend: 


    Register | 25 January 9:00 - 10:30 AM ET | 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM CET 

    Register | 1 February 7:00 - 8:30 PM ET | 11:00 - 12:30 AEDT 

     


     

    Professors Brian Moriarty and Anna-Marie Greaney will lead a one-day workshop on GVV at Munster Technological University in Tralee, Ireland, on 6 March 2024 from 10 a.m. to 3 pm. The workshop, "Professional Ethics at MTU: Giving Voice to Values in an Irish Context," will enable faculty across professional disciplines to integrate GVV into their curricula.

     


     

    The Ethics and Compliance Initiative (ECI) will launch The Giving Voice to Values (GVV) working group in May 2024, and will have a strong practice orientation with a focus on understanding, applying, and embedding GVV in the workplace. The working group members will meet for 4-6 months to evaluate and study different and innovative approaches to the GVV methodology, with the goal of identifying the common factors needed to effectively embed and sustain it within varying workplaces.

     


     

    A new Ethical Leadership Network Collaborative Course will be based on Giving Voice To Values and will be taught across four universities around the world: Bard College, BRAC University, Ashesi University and Universidad de los Andes.

     


     

    GVV is featured in a new Tech Ethics Curriculum Framework (PDF). The Deloitte Foundation and academic collaborators: Duquesne-University, University-of-Notre-Dame, University-of-Arkansas and University-of-Virginia offer this resource for the academic community. The Deloitte Foundation also supported select GVV Tech Ethics cases available with the GVV curriculum at Darden Business Publishing  (and under the "Curriculum" tab at the Giving Voice to Values site. (NB: Teaching Notes and B cases are available to registered and approved faculty members. Register 

     


     

    Mary C. Gentile presented, "Giving Voice to Values: The 'How' of Values-Driven Leadership," at the 2023 Global BDO Ethics and Independence Conference on 5 December 2023.

     


     


    Mary C. Gentile was recently invited to join the advisory team of the NSHM Journal Of Management Research and Applications (NJMRA) published by the NSHM Business School (Kolkata, India).

     


     

    New book from the Giving Voice to Values Book Series (December 2023): 
    Giving Voice to Values-based Leadership: How to Develop Good Organizations Through Work on Values
    by Gry Espedal and Frank Elter
     

     


     

    Coming in February to the Giving Voice to Values Book Series: Socratic Dialogue: Voicing Values
    by Sira Abenoza and Josep Maria Lozano

     


     

    Coming in April to the Giving Voice to Values Book Series: Regenerative Business Voices: Values-based Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Enterprises
    by Mark G. Edwards, Anton Lindberg, Melker Larsson and Jonathan Angel

     


     

    WEBINARS, LECTURES, & PRESENTATIONS

    • The Ethics and Compliance Initiative (ECI) will launch The Giving Voice to Values (GVV) working group in May 2024, and will have a strong practice orientation with a focus on understanding, applying, and embedding GVV in the workplace. The working group members will meet for 4-6 months to evaluate and study different and innovative approaches to the GVV methodology, with the goal of identifying the common factors needed to effectively embed and sustain it within varying workplaces.
    • Mary C. Gentile will present GVV at, "Make Ethics Real: Core Competencies for Turbulent Times," a retreat for compliance and ethics professionals hosted by Integrity Matters in Brussels, Belgium, 11-12 March 2024.
    • Mary C. Gentile and UN PRME Representatives will present "i5 Workshop Featuring Giving Voice to Values" to the United Nations Global Compact PRME Impactful Five Project on 25 January and on 1 February 2024 (see "Highlights" section above). 
    • "Giving Voice to Values" by Mary C. Gentile. NOVA Annual Conference 2023: Seeds of Change: Inspiring a Better Future, NOVA Institute, 8 December 2023.
    • Mary C. Gentile presented, "Giving Voice to Values: The 'How' of Values-Driven Leadership" at the 2023 Global BDO Ethics and Independence Conference on 5 December 2023.
    • "The Human Economy: Creating Resilience Through Human Centric Systems," a panel discussion by Mark Esposito, Matt Gitsham, Johan Roos, Matt Sigelman, Michele Zanini, Deepa Prahalad, Mary C. Gentile and Antonio-Nieto Rodriguez. Global Peter Drucker Forum, co-hosted with the Hult International Business School, Austria, 29 November 2023.
    • "Giving Voice to Values: The 'How' of Values-Driven Leadership" by Mary C. Gentile. ComplianceWeek, virtual event, 9 November 2023.
    • "Giving Voice to Values: The 'How' of Values-Driven Leadership," by Mary C. Gentile. Guest Lecture in Professor June Qian's "Values-Based Leadership" course, Schwartzman Scholars at Tsinghua University, China, 29 October 2023.
    • "Moral and Civic Virtues in Engineering: Reimagining Engineering Ethics to Cultivate Virtuous Engineers," by Olga Pierrakos, Adetoun Yeaman, Kyle Luthy and Mary C. Gentile. IEEE ASEE Frontiers in Education Conference, 19 October 2023.
    • GVV Presentation by Mary C. Gentile. Ethical Leadership, Pennsylvania State University Smeal College of Business – Master's in Strategic Management and Executive Leadership, 19 September 2023.


     

    PUBLICATIONS, MEDIA, AND ARTICLE MENTIONS/DISCUSSIONS OF GVV

    • "When We Know What is Right – How Do We Get It Done?" by Mary C. Gentile, The Decade, Episode 54, 13 September 2023.
    • Foreword by Mary C. Gentile. In Ethical Obligations and Decision Making in Accounting: Text and Cases, 6th Edition by Steven Mintz and William Miller. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2023.
    • "Giving Voice to Values as an Enabling Pedagogy for Digital Ethics," by Adriana Krasniansky and Mary C. Gentile. In The Future of Responsible Management Education: University Leadership and the Digital Transformation Challenge, edited by Christian Hauser and Wolfgang Amann. Humanism in Business Series. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave MacMillan, May 2023.
    • "Finding Meaning in Work" by Mary C. Gentile, Innovations: Technology, Governance & Globalization (A Quarterly Journal Published by MIT Press.) Volume 13, Issue 3/4, 60-63. Spring 2023.
    • "An Empirical Analysis of the Theoretical Foundation of the Giving Voice to Values Pedagogy" by William F. Miller, Tara J. Shawver and Steven M. Mintz. Accounting Education, 6 March 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.
    • "Voice Your Values" by Dr. Judy K. Frels. Insights with Impact, March 28, 2022.

     

    NEW CURRICULUM

    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. The full curriculum is available at Darden Business Publishing.
     

     

    PROGRAMS

    • "Giving Voice to Values 'Train-the-Trainer' Program for Internal Managers at MasterCard" by Mary C. Gentile. Program rolled 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.
    • 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.
    • The Australian Institute of Health and Safety is offering an online professional development version of the GVV MOOC customized for Health and Safety profession.
    • 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.
    • 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: https://www.faspe-ethics.org/
    • 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).

     


    Giving Voice to Values Book Series

     

    Latest Book in the GVV Series From Routledge:
     

    Giving Voice to Values-Based Leadership: How to Develop Good Organizations Through Work on Values
    by Gry Espedal and Frank Elter

    (December 2023)

     

    Coming in February:
     

    Socratic Dialogue: Voicing Values 
    by Sira Abenoza and Josep Maria Lozano


     

    Coming in April:
     

    Regenerative Business Voices: Values-based Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Enterprises

    by Mark G. Edwards, Anton Lindberg, Melker Larsson and Jonathan Angel
     

     


     

    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
    +1-434-982-2323
    MoriartyB@darden.virginia.edu

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