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Dayton Papers

Eighth International Conference on Catholic Social Thought and

Management Education

Renewing Mission and Identity in
Catholic Business Education

 

June 18-20, 2012

University of Dayton

Dayton, Ohio

  

(To view conference papers or videos click on the blue text)

Opening Plenary Session:Business as a Vocation: Catholic Social Teaching and Business Education-Cardinal Turkson   View Video

·       Speaker: Cardinal Peter Turkson

           Respondent:  Jeanne Buckeye  

 

Institutionalizing Catholic Identity-  Fr. Heft   

                                                                        Dr. Briel   

            Speakers: Don Briel and  James Heft, S.M.

Respondent:  Gene Laczniak

Deans’ Roundtable-View Video-View Video

Speakers:  Ellen Harshman (St. Louis University), Joseph DiAngelo (St. Joseph University, Philadelphia) and Thomas Bausch (Marquette University)

 

Rethinking Business Education as a Profession-Dr. Sullivan  View Video

                  Speaker: William Sullivan

                        Respondent: Robert Kennedy  
 

Closing Comments-Dr. Naughton's Paper   View video

            Speaker: Michael Naughton

 

Concurrent Section I   

 

Session 1 MEASURING MISSION BASED ON CATHOLIC SOCIAL PRINCIPLES

      ·       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

o   Respondent:  Wolfgang Grassl
 

Session 2 INTEGRATING LIBERAL AND BUSINESS EDUCATION

·       David Lutz, Integrating the Artes Liberales and the Artes Serviles

·       Greg Beabout, A New Humanistic Synthesis? Toward a “Business Humanities” Approach

o   Respondent:  Ernest Pierucci

Session 3 GLOBALIZATION AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT  

·       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

o   Respondent:   John Médaille

Session 4 LEADERSHIP AND CATHOLIC BUSINESS EDUCATION

·       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

o   Respondent: Christine Fletcher

 

Session 5 ROUNDTABLE: ROLE OF CENTERS AND PROGRAMS IN PROMOTING MISSION

·       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

·       Br. 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

·       Sr. Laura Baritz, O.P. and Roland Szilas, A New Interdisciplinary Program of Theological and Economic Education at Sapientia College of Theology in Budapest, Hungary

·       Fr. Baudoin Roger, Research on Economic Issues Initiated at the Catholic Institution, College des Bernardins

 

Concurrent Section II 

 

Session 1 TEACHING MANAGEMENT WITH INFLUENCE FROM CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT

·       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

o   Respondent:  Jeanne Buckeye

 

Session 2 THEORY OF THE FIRM AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT

·       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

·       William Bojan, Lyman Johnson and Michael Naughton, Corporate Governance as Foundational to Catholic Business Education

o   Respondent:  Peter John Opio


Session 3 MEASURING MISSION ON STUDENT OUTCOMES

·       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

o   Respondent:  Joan Van Hise


Session 4 AFRICA AND CATHOLIC BUSINESS EDUCATION

·       Fr. 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 Diocese of Buea (UIDB), Cameroon 

·       Sr. 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

o   Respondent:  David Lutz

Session 5 ROUNDTABLE ON LEADERSHIP AND SPIRITUALITY

·       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

 

Concurrent Section III

 

Session 1 MISSION AND IDENTITY

·       Carlos Hoevel, Catholic Business Schools and the Crisis of Academic Industry

·       Wolfgang Grassl, Vision, Mission, Strategy: Planning in Catholic Business Education

o   Respondent:  Daryl Koehn

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Session 2 MARKETING AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT

·       Thomas Klein and Gene Laczniak, Roman Catholic Perspectives on Socially Responsible Marketing and Consumption

·       Brian Engelland, Conflicting Views of Markets and Economic Justice: Catholic Social Thought and the Development of Corporate Social Responsibility in the Marketing Discipline

o   Respondent: Jeff Rankin

Session 3 THEOLOGICAL EXPLORATION

·        John Haughey S.J., Covenant, Noah and the Business Leader

·       David O’Brien, Catholic Social Thought and Imagination and Business Education: Revisiting the Lay Vocation

o   Respondent:  Kelly Johnson

Session 4 CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHINGS AND THE BUSINESS SCHOOL

·       John Wholihan, The Use of Papal Encyclicals in Business and Non-Business Courses

·       Jim Wishloff, Thinking With the Mind of the Church: An Examination of Five Encyclicals

·        Monty Lynn, One Call, Multiple Vocations:  Appreciating Unity and Diversity in Catholic Social Teaching Practice

o   Respondent:  Peter John Opio

 

Session 5 ACCOUNTING ISSUES AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT

·       Joel Schickel, Virtue Ethics and Accounting Education

·       Jason Haen, Integrating Catholic Social Teaching Into Undergraduate Accounting Courses

·       Jephte Muñez, Teaching Introductory Accounting Among Business Students:  A Catholic Social Tradition in the Philippine Setting

o   Respondent:  Bradley Barnhorst

Session 6 ROUNDTABLE: BUSINESS ETHICS AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT

·       Christine Fletcher, Integrating Catholic Social Thought Into Undergraduate Business Ethics Course: A Research-Based Approach

·       David Schmidt, Strategies for Applying Catholic Social Thought to Business Ethics Education: An Ethical Reasoning Approach

·       Jozef Zalot, Catholic Social Teaching: A Template for Mission–Driven Courses in Business Ethics

·       Maura Donahue, Reading the Signs of the Times: Current Events as Case Studies

·       Rev. Karen Schuder, Expanding Business: A Qualitative Study of Business Schools Integrating Ethics

 

Concurrent Section IV  

 

Session 1 ECONOMICS AND CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT

·       Alejandro Cañadas and John Larrivee, Connecting Business Education to the Catholic Core by Examining Views of the Human Person in Economic Theory

·       Emmanuel d’Hombres, Emphasizing and Integrating the Economic Approach of François Perroux

o   Respondent:  Jim Wishloff  

Session 2 THE PURPOSE OF PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

·       Josep Lozano, Business Education: More Business Than Education?

·       Jerry Organ and Neil Hamilton, Being Intentional: Shaping Curriculum and Culture to Advance the Institutional Mission – What Lessons Can a Catholic Law School Offer Catholic Business Schools?

o   Respondent:  Thomas A. Klein

Session 3 CATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT AND ITS CRITIQUE OF BUSINESS

·       John Médaille and Greg Bell, The Content of “Business Ethics’ Isn't Ethics, or, The Hangman and the State

·        Séamus Finn, OMI, Sustainable Investing and Corporate Social Responsibility: Adding Value to the Identity and Mission of Catholic Business Education

o   Respondent: Perry Devanesan

 

Session 4 INFLUENCE OF MISSION ON OVERALL DESIGN OF CURRICULUM

·       José Sols, From Theory to Practice, From Compulsory to Elective Courses: How We Teach Christian Social Thought at IQS School of Management

·       Michael Petrochuk, Julie Szendrey and  Michael Reolfi, The Extreme Curriculum Makeover: Integrating Catholic Social Teaching and University Mission Into a Redesigned Undergraduate Business Curriculum

·       Kenneth Mias, The Virtuous Organization, Catholic Social Thought and Catholic Virtues: Exploration and Discovery in an MBA Program

o   Respondent: Sandra L. Gill

Session 5 ROUNDTABLE ON CHARISMS

·       John Bunch and Andrew Ochs, Loaves and Fishes – The Benedictine and Jesuit Traditions as Complementary Foundations for Management Education in Catholic Business Programs

·       Elaine Crable and James Brodzinski, Online Business Courses Designed Within Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm

·       José Maria Siciliani, Integration of La Salle Spirituality and Christian Social Thought in the MBA Curriculum

·       Ben Teehankee and Raymund Habaradas, Institutionalizing Faith-based Management Education in a Catholic University: A Lasallian Perspective

·       Joan Van Hise, Transformative Education – Using Ignatian Pedagogy to Teach Business Ethics

 

 

Concurrent Section V  

 

Session 1 INTEGRATING LIBERAL EDUCATION AND BUSINESS EDUCATION

·       Daryl Koehn, Students Lost in a Flattened World: How Resources From the Catholic Tradition Can Help Students Find Their Way

·       Br. Ray Fitz, S.M. and Patricia Johnson, Educating Business Students for Lives of Reasoned Action

o   Respondent:  Gregory Beabout

 

Session 2 ECONOMICS AND THE CATHOLIC SOCIAL TRADITION

·       Douglas Meador, Teaching the Principles of Economics: Reconciling the Canon of the American Economics Association to Catholic Social Teaching   

·       Andrew Yuengert, Practical Wisdom and Models of Decision-making in Business Education

o   Respondent:  Gabriel Martinez

Session 3 INSTITUTIONAL PRIORITIES FOR CATHOLIC BUSINESS EDUCATION

·       David McCallum, S.J.,  James Connors, S.J., and Laura Horian, Connecting the Dots: A Handbook for Educators and Students of Jesuit Business Schools

·       Joy Pahl, The Sustainability Imperative for Catholic Colleges and Universities

Session 4 MISSION-DRIVEN FACULTY DEVELOPMENT

·       David Burns and Debra Mooney, Facilitating Integrating Mission into the Classroom: Xavier’s Mission Academy

·       Michael Guiry, Tangibilizing and Cultivating the Understanding of a Catholic University’s Mission and the Principles of Catholic Social Teaching Through an International Volunteer Faculty Service-Learning Experience

·       Robert Shoemake, Exploring the Impact of a Cultural Intervention: The Opus College of Business’s Mission-Driven Catholic Business Education Seminar

o   Respondent:  John J. Fontana

 

Session 5 SOCIALIZING THE CURRICULUM

·        Nicholas Santos, S.J., Business Education for the Common Good: The Promise and Challenge of Incorporating Social Entrepreneurship Into the Catholic Business School Curricula

·       Jeanette Loanzon, Generating Social Capital Through Field Research in Economics Education

·       Susan T. Dinnocenti, Maria Lizano-DiMare, Khawaja Mamun and Rupendra Paliwal, Teaching the Catholic Intellectual Tradition Through Experiential Learning Programs

o   Respondent:   Ben Teehankee

Accepted but not presented:

Edward O'Boyle, An Economics Principles Text that Replaces Homo Economicus with the Acting Person