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'Executives and conflicts of values at work. A practical approach' by Professor Josep F. Mària

Programa de continuidad | Spanish

October 18 OF 2016 from 07:00 PM to 08:30 PM

ESADE Alumni invites you to this Refresher Programme workshop entitled ''Executives and conflicts of values at work. A practical approach'' by Josep F. Mària, professor in ESADE’s Department of Social Sciences.

This workshop suggests ways of dealing with conflicts of values between executives and the company that do not entail ethical martyrdom and can help make an ethical contribution to the company.

After a brief introduction, participants will work in small groups and present examples of conflicts of values which they have seen or experienced. To end the workshop, participants will  compile the lessons they have learnt about how they deal with conflicts of values at work.



Josep F. Mària

Doctor en Economia. Universitat de Barcelona
Licenciado en Teologia. Facultat de Teologia de Catalunya
Licenciado en Estudios Eclesiásticos. Facultat de Teologia de Catalunya
Licenciado en Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales. Universitat de Barcelona

Areas of interest:
Corporate Social Responsibility of Extractive Industries in Developing Areas
Values, Spirituality and Management Education.
CSR of extractives in poor countries
Corporate Social Responsibility

In the field of research and teaching, he has specialised in corporate social responsibility. In particular, he conducts research in two areas:
1) CSR of extractive industries in developing areas, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa.
2) Values, spirituality and business Education: From the perspective of anthropology, he examines ways to promote, among business leaders and citizens, the values that lead them to contribute to societal welfare through their organisations.
He visits Africa on periods of reflection and co-operation. He collaborates with third-sector institutions in Catalonia related with education (regulated and unregulated). He is Professor of Social Analysis and Corporate Social Responsibility.
He joined ESADE in September 1998.



See you there!

How to get to ESADE

Public transport: Bus (22, 64, 78, 63 and 75), Metro (L3 Maria Cristina) and FGC (L6 Reina Elisenda).
Car: NEW municipal parking B: SM in c / Marqués de Mulhacen, 51.

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