Rowland School of Business

Vision and Forecasting is Topic of Ethical Leadership Panel Discussion

Monday, October 06, 2014
Pictured is Jon Delano, money and politics editor for KDKA-TV. | Photo submitted by Delano.

How organizations forecast well — and prudently — to create a sustainable vision will be addressed Oct. 29 at the Fourth Annual "Meeting the Challenge of Ethical Leadership" Speaker Series sponsored by Point Park University's Department of Global Management and Organization and the Pittsburgh Business Times.

The event will take place in the Lawrence Hall ballroom with doors opening at 6 p.m. and the panel discussion beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Panelists this year are:

According to Haley, “Creating a sustainable vision requires forecasting so we wanted to ask the questions such as how does an organization forecast well, how are drivers of success identified, and how are uncertainties such as the impact of media, government and public policy on business managed within an organization?" In addition, said Haley, panelists will explore whether current economic expansion is sustainable, and how an ethical leader develops and promotes a vision that unites all stakeholders.

Pictured is James M. Haley, Ph.D., professor and H.J. Heinz Endowed Chair of Management.

Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and wine will be served. (Proper ID is required). The event is open to the public and there is no charge to attend. Space is limited.

Register for the event by contacting Dawn Parasolick, event manager, at or 412-392-8047.

Learn more about the event via the Ethical Leadership Facebook page and #PGHEthicalLeadership.

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