IAJBS 14th Annual World Forum Fordham University, New York, New York

Event Details

Fordham University
Graduate School of Business Administration

July 20-23, 2008

SUNDAY, JULY 20, 2008

6:00 - 7:00pm Mass at Rose Hill Chapel: Hosted by Donna Rapaccioli, Dean, College of Business at Rose Hill, Bronx
7:00 - 8:30pm Networking Reception: Hosted by Donna Rapaccioli, Dean, College of Business at Rose Hill, Bronx

 MONDAY, JULY 21, 2008

7:30 - 8:45am Breakfast & Registration/Check-in
8:45 - 9:15am Welcome
  a) Howard Tuckman, Dean, Fordham Graduate School of Business
  b) Stephen Freedman, Senior VP of Academic Affairs & Chief Academic Officer, Fordham University
9:15 - 10:15am Keynote Address: Dr. Alex Preker, Lead Economist for Health, Nutrition & Population of the World Bank
10:15 - 10:30am   Lunch
10:30 - 11:45am Plenary Speaker: What It Takes To Be Global?
11:45 - 1:30pm Lunch Guest Speaker: Rev. Locatelli, President Santa Clara University
1:30 - 3:30pm Breakout Sessions: 
  Breakout #1: International Initiatives: Successes and Failures
An informal discussion lead by Dean Howard Tuckman, Fordham Graduate School of Business & Warren Jaferian,
Vice President, Worldwide Education Market, Sodexo
  Breakout #2: TBD
3:30 - 3:45pm Break
3:45 - 5:00pm Panel - Ethical Behavior: Can It Be Taught? Panel Moderator: James Daly, Dean, Rockhurst University
a) Al Gini, Loyola of Chicago
b) Xavier Mendoza, Deputy Director general, ESADE
c) John Meyer, former Senior VP & Controller, Sprint-Nextel
5:00 - 6:00pm Reception
6:00 - 8:00pm Formal Dinner in Pope Auditorium
  Speaker: Rick Ketchum, CEO of NYSE Regulation & Chairman of Financial Industry Regulatory Authority

TUESDAY, JULY 22, 2008

8:45 - 9:30am Breakfast
9:30 - 10:15am Keynote Address: IBM Technology in Business Schools: Advances that affect both faculty and staff IBM’s inside look at strategic advances in education technology
10:15 - 12:30pm Morning Paper Concurrent Sessions:
  Track 1: Ethics & the Jesuit Moral Tradition, Facilitator: Joan VanHise, Associate Professor of Accounting, Fairfield University
  a) Comparative World Business Ethics: A Narrative Approach, William J. Ellos, SJ, PhD
  b) The Focus of Jesuit Management Education, Dr. Sebasti L. Raj., SJ, Xavier Institute
  c) The Economic Morals of the Jesuits Revisited, Fr. Stephen Rowntree, SJ, Loyola University, New Orleans
  d) Enterprise Housing: A Social Justice Movement Born of Jesuit Care for Community, Eugene Muscat, University of San Francisco
  e) Marketing to the Poor: A Justice-Inspired Business Approach, Fr. Nicholas Santos, SJ, Marquette University
  Track 2: Experiential Learning
  a) Students in International Business Internships, Kathy Barnett, Loyola University of New Orleans
  b) What's in it for me? Building the Case for Experiential Education with Business Faculty Can Mission and Experiential Learning Work Together in a Publications Driven World?, McCale, et. al.
  c) Internship Courses in Jesuit Universities, Dr. Ronald J. Kizior, Loyola University of Chicago
  d) A Review of Experiential Activities in the Marketing Classroom: Self-Marketing Plans Community-based Learning & Client-based Projects (Oh My!), Christina McCale, Regis College
  Track 3: Global Business & Jesuit Education
  a) Jesuit Global, Roger A Desmarais, Santa Clara University
  b) Global Social Benefit Entrepreneurship and the Jesuit Network, James L. Koch, Santa Clara University
  c) Where in the World is St. Ignatius Loyola? Jesuit Business Education for a Globalized Market Place, Coral Snodgrass, Canisius College
  d) International Service Learning in an Information Systems Course, Winston Tellis, PhD, Dolan School of Business, Fairfield University
12:30 - 2:00pm Lunch Guest Speaker: Chris Lowney, Author of Heroic Leadership & A Vanished World
2:00 - 5:00pm   Afternoon Paper Sessions (choose one):

Track 1: Applied Ethics in Business Education, Facilitator: Beth Parish, Program Manager, John J. Sullivan Endowed Chair for Free Enterprise, Regis University

  a) A Case for Values-Centered Curriculae: Creating Values without Prescribing Values in the Business Classroom, Catharyn Baird, Regis College
  b) "Goods in Process": Ethical Formation for Undergraduate Business Students, Richard Keeley, Boston College
  c) Jesuit Executive MBA Programs: Building a Just Society, Francis Petit, Fordham University
  d) Business Ethics in Action: Jesuit Business School Strategies for Engaging Business Executives, Kirk O. Hanson, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University
  e) A Longitudinal Investigation of Ethical Decision-Making: A Contingency Approach, Timothy Keane, Saint Louis University
  Track 2: Learning & Linkages, Facilitator: Donna Rapaccioli, Dean, College of Business Administration, Fordham University
  a) Academic Joint Ventures – Ensuring the Business Aspects Are Successful, Steven D. Berkshire, Regis University
  b) Pedagogical Changes Inside and Outside the Business School, Thomas Clark, Xavier University
  c) University-Industry Linkages: Utopy or Opportunity, Jokin Garatea, Gaia University
  d) Student Perception of Study Abroad Opportunities: Are we achieving our Goals, Suzanne N. Cory, St. Mary’s University
  e) Answering the Call: What are US Jesuit Schools of Business Teaching Students about Neoliberalism and its Impact on Economic Life in Latin America, Michael Gent, Canisius College
5:00 - 7:00pm BBQ Dinner in Fordham Lincoln Center Courtyard
8:30 - 9:00am Breakfast
9:00am - 10:15am   Panel: Positioning Jesuit Universities; Panel Moderator: Rev. Spitzer, President, Gonzaga University
  a) Leonor Sanchez, Dean of Economics, Administration & Finance Department, ITESO, Jesuit University of Guadalajara
  b) Carlos Losada, Director General, ESADE
  c) Tian Shyug Lee, Professor and Director, Graduate Institute of Management Customer Relationship Management Lab, Fu Jen Catholic University
  d) Paulo Cesar Motta, former Dean, PUC-Rio
10:15am - 10:30am Break
10:30am - 12:00pm Can You Brand Higher Education? Brendan Ryan, Chairman, Foote, Cone & Belding
12:00 - 12:30pm Closing Remarks, Howard Tuckman, Dean, Fordham Graduate School of Business