Through lectures and interactive engagement, participants will explore various issues dealing with business ethics in the following areas:
• Corporate governance
• Ethical decision-making
• Business and society
Sessions are designed to actively engage participants in meaningful, thought provoking ethical discussions and practice.
This course can be applied toward:
Admission to a College of Business graduate program or instructor approval.
Textbooks and Materials
M. Travis Maynard
Associate Professor M. Travis Maynard, Ph.D., has conducted extensive research in the area of team effectiveness and leadership including topics such as virtual teams, interpersonal processes, empowerment, communication, and leadership coaching. He has consulted with numerous organizations such as: Connecticut Department of Public Safety, INOVA Health System, IBM, Midland Memorial Hospital, NASA, Prisma Peremarket (Estonia), Safer Healthcare, Swedbank (Estonia), and the University of Colorado Hospital.
Travis received his Ph.D. in organizational behavior from the University of Connecticut. He holds an undergraduate degree in accounting from the College of William and Mary, and an M.B.A. in organizational behavior from the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver. Prior to his career in academics, he was a CPA and worked as a public accountant and consultant for a variety of public accounting firms in Washington, D.C.; Burlington, Vermont; and Denver, CO.