How diverse should leadership teams be How can capitalism be a force for good How should men behave at work How many genders should your company recognise What should businesses contribute to society Are there countries you shouldn’t trade with Is legal tax avoidance by companies acceptable Should boards have workers on them Should there be limits on executive pay How will AI redefine the workplace What’s the best length of tenure for a CEO Should you employ ex-offenders
solving today’s ethical
puzzles for businesses
How diverse should leadership teams be How can capitalism be a force for good How should men behave at work How many genders should your company recognise What should businesses contribute to society Are there countries you shouldn’t trade with Is legal tax avoidance by companies acceptable Should boards have workers on them Should there be limits on executive pay How will AI redefine the workplace What’s the best length of tenure for a CEO Should you employ ex-offenders

Why?

Artificial Intelligence, climate change, the exploitation of user data, data breaches, multiple gender identities … these are some of the key questions facing businesses today. Such questions are fundamentally ethical, but many businesses lack the philosophical tools for dealing with them.

Robert Rowland Smith is both an Oxford philosopher and a management consultant. He uses his unique combination of skills to help businesses grapple with the big issues.

How?

Robert works with executives across several functions:

About

Robert Rowland Smith is a Quondam Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. He is the author of several books on philosophy, including the bestseller, Breakfast with Socrates, as well as a book on business strategy called The Reality Test. He wrote the popular ‘To Be or Not to Be’ column in the Sunday Times Magazine, which examined moral dilemmas. Since the late 1990s Robert has been advising senior executives from industries as diverse as fashion, banking, construction, and government.

Read Robert's brief introduction to ethics here.

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