Monday, June 18, 2012

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8:00 a.m.

Continental Breakfast

Kennedy Memorial Union Torch Lounge
 
9:00 a.m.

Registration

Kennedy Memorial Union Lobby


10:00 a.m.

Opening Mass

Immaculate Conception Chapel


  • Presider: Cardinal Peter Turkson
11:30 a.m.

Welcome and Lunch

Kennedy Memorial Union Ballroom


  • Welcome: Ray Fitz, S.M.
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.

Opening Plenary Session:

CATHOLIC SOCIAL PRINCIPLES AND BUSINESS EDUCATION

Kennedy Memorial Union Ballroom


  • Speaker: Cardinal Peter Turkson
  • Respondent: Jeanne Buckeye
  • Chair: Maura Donahue
2:30 p.m.
Break
 
3:00 - 4:30 p.m.

Concurrent Section I

 

Session 1

MEASURING MISSION BASED ON CATHOLIC SOCIAL PRINCIPLES

Kennedy Memorial Union 222

  • Ken Goodpaster and Dean Maines, Bridging the Gap: Institutionalizing Catholic Identity Within Catholic Business Schools
  • Diego Arias Padilla, Self-evaluation of a Catholic Business School According to the Principles of the Social Doctrine of the Church
  • Respondent: Wolfgang Grassl
  • Chair: Thomas Bausch
 

Session 2

INTEGRATING LIBERAL AND BUSINESS EDUCATION

Kennedy Memorial Union 211

  • David Lutz, Integrating the Artes Liberales and the Artes Serviles
  • Greg Beabout, A New Humanistic Synthesis? Toward a Business Humanities Approach
  • Respondent: Ernest Pierucci
  • Chair: Sr. Hellen Bandiho
 

Session 3
GLOBALIZATION AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT

Kennedy Memorial Union 310

  • Donna Adler, Challenging the Globalization Agenda as Part of the Mission of the Catholic Business School
  • Patricia Britton and Zaida Martinez, Using “Conscious Capitalism” as a Framework for Catholic Social Teaching in the Catholic Business School: The Nestlé Case Revisited
  • Respondent: John Médaille
  • Chair: Jephte Munez

 

 

 

 

Session 4

LEADERSHIP AND CATHOLIC BUSINESS EDUCATION

Kennedy Memorial Union 331

  • William Byron, S.J., A New Vocabulary for Renewing Mission and Identity in Catholic Business Education
  • Larry Spears, The Spirit of Servant-Leadership at Gonzaga University: Graduate Education, International Journal, Servant-Leadership Scholar
  • Elizabeth More and Ekaterina Zhuravleva, Business Education and Spirituality – The MBA With No Greed
  • Respondent: Christine Fletcher
  • Chair: Renee Allerheiligen
 

Session 5

ROUNDTABLE: ROLE OF CENTERS AND PROGRAMS IN PROMOTING MISSION  

Kennedy Memorial Union 207

  • Stephen Porth and John McCall, A Case Study of Infusing Mission Throughout a College of Business: The Pedro Arrupe Center of the Haub School of Business at Saint Joseph’s University
  • Victor Forlani, S.M., Center for the Integration of Faith and Work: From “Let’s Talk” to Ethics Luncheons to a Course to a Center
  • Sister Laura Baritz, O.P. and Roland Szilas, A New Interdisciplinary Program of Theological and Economic Education at Sapientia College of Theology in Budapest, Hungary
  • Father Baudoin Roger, Research on Economic Issues Initiated at the Catholic Institution, College des Bernardins 
  • Chair: Fr. Peter Klasvogt
4:30 p.m.
Break

5:00 p.m.

Concurrent Section II

 
 

Session 1

TEACHING MANAGEMENT WITH INFLUENCE FROM CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT  

Kennedy Memorial Union 310

  • Bruno Dyck, What Happens When Students Are Taught Two Different Approaches to Management, the First Consistent With Mainstream Management Theory, the Second Consistent With Catholic Social Thought
  • William MacGregor, Integrating Catholic Social Thought Into Management Education: A Workshop and Resources
  • Respondent: Jeanne Buckeye
  • Chair: Ben Teehankee 

Session 2

Session 2 THEORY OF THE FIRM AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT  

Kennedy Memorial Union 211

  • Antonio Argandoña, The Theory of the Firm and Catholic Social Teaching • Ray Kinsella and Maurice Kinsella, Recovering Business School ‘Education’ in the Post-global Crisis Environment
  • Lyman Johnson, William Bojan, and Michael Naughton, Corporate Governance as Foundational to Catholic Business Education
  • Respondent: Peter John Opio
  • Chair: Thomas Dienberg OFMCap 
 

Session 3

MEASURING MISSION ON STUDENT OUTCOMES

Kennedy Memorial Union 331

  • Catharyn Baird and Jessica Warnell, Reinforcing Student’s Core Ethical Commitments Through Emphasis of Catholic Social Thought
  • Mary Henderson and Megan Kalina, The Ethical Evaluator: From Concept to Classroom
  • Aliza Racelis, Operationalizing Virtue Ethics Teaching: Lessons From a Non-Catholic Institution
  • Respondent:  Joan Van Hise
  • Chair:   Maria Lizano-DiMare
 

Session 4

AFRICA AND CATHOLIC BUSINESS EDUCATION

Kennedy Memorial Union 207

  • Father George Nkeze, The Economy of Communion (EOC) Model: A New Paradigm and Practical Culture for Catholic Business Schools in Africa. The Case of the University Institute of the Diocese of Buea (UIDB), Cameroon
  • Sister Hellen Bandiho, Are Course Learning Outcomes in Catholic Business Education a Reflection of the Catholic Mission and Identity? An Evaluation of Three Business Programs from East African Catholic Universities
  • Respondent:  David Lutz
  • Chair:  Jeannete Loanzon

Session 5

ROUNDTABLE ON LEADERSHIP AND SPIRITUALITY

Kennedy Memorial Union 222

  • John Fontana and Robert Bies, The Executive Master’s in Leadership Program at Georgetown University: Barriers and Gateways to Catholic Social Teaching in a Business School
  • Martha Geaney, A Spirituality Leadership Competency Model: What Does It Take To Be a Spiritual Leader in Business?
  • Dave Geenens, A Results-Oriented, Faith-Integrated Business Practice Model
  • Tatiana Gherman and Percy Marquina, Global Responsibility and Spiritual Leadership
  • Elizabeth Jones, Identifying, Understanding, and Countering Leadership’s Dark Side: Crafting the Case for the Course
  • Chair: Fr. Baudoin Roger
6:30 p.m.

Reception

 Kennedy Memorial Union Torch Lounge


7:30 p.m.

Dinner

Kennedy Memorial Union Ballroom