Curt Verschoor
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Oct 18, 2017
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Global Ethics: Raising the Bar for Business in the 21st Century

Happy Global Ethics Day! Though I wish this day was universally unwarranted, it remains an important endeavor to celebrate the people and organizations striving to abide by the ethical standards that represent the most positive elements of human nature.Regrettably, over the past half-century, citizens around the world have witnessed numerous egregious ethical lapses, like Enron, Bernie Madoff, Volkswagen, Wells Fargo, and more. As a result, many people increasingly believe institutional and…See More
Oct 18, 2017
Curt Verschoor is now a member of Global Ethics Network
Oct 16, 2017

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http://www.imanet.org
Job Title
Chair-Emeritus, Committee on Ethics
Organization
IMA (Institute of Management Accountants
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Business, Culture, Economy, Ethics, Finance, Governance, Sustainability
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
As former chair of the IMA Committee on Ethics, I led the organization’s efforts to promote and exemplify those standards. Also, since 1999, I regularly contribute to a business ethics column in IMA’s magazine, Strategic Finance. Sadly, over the past two decades, there has rarely, if ever, been a month in which I had a hard time finding content.

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Global Ethics: Raising the Bar for Business in the 21st Century

Posted on October 18, 2017 at 9:00am 0 Comments

Happy Global Ethics Day! Though I wish this day was universally unwarranted, it remains an important endeavor to celebrate the people and organizations striving to abide by the ethical standards that represent the most positive elements of human nature.

Regrettably, over the past half-century, citizens around the world have witnessed numerous egregious ethical lapses, like Enron, Bernie Madoff, Volkswagen, Wells Fargo, and more. As a result, many people increasingly believe…

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