Benedictine Event Addresses Role of Corporations in Curbing Climate Change

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Benedictine Event Addresses Role of Corporations in Curbing Climate Change


Byline: Daily Herald staff report

Benedictine event addresses role of corporations in curbing climate change

LISLE -- Susan Albers Mohrman, Ph.D., senior research scientist at the Center for Effective Organizations in the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California, will present "Corporate Stewardship: Accelerating Fundamental Organizational Evolution" from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 24, on the fourth floor of the Daniel L. Goodwin Hall of Business AT Benedictine University in Lisle.

A number of global organizations agree there is an urgent need for action to address climate change, pollution and resource shortages. Corporations, they say, must be key players in addressing these challenges. Executives and staff members at every level will need to adopt profound changes for their organizations to make more responsible use of natural and societal resources for future generations before it is too late.

Mohrman's presentation is part of Benedictine's 50-plus Years of Graduate Education in Organization Development Lecture Series, which celebrates more than five decades of the University's Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior and Ph.D. in Organization Development programs. Both programs are recognized worldwide for educating managers who are competent in the human side of enterprise and regularly attract some of the industry's foremost thought leaders and top-level executives to campus.

Both programs provide a solid foundation in management skills, such as how to effectively motivate employees, design and implement a better workforce culture and drive change. …

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