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Business Ethics for Managers
  • Overview
  • Objectives & Outline
  • Methodology
  • Participant Profile
  • Trainer
  • Overview
    PROGRAMME DETAILS

    DATE

    8 - 9 September 2020 (Online Learning) - Registration closed

    Note : Face-to-face sessions are available for in-house training only

    TIME

    9.00am - 1.00pm on each day 

    TRAINING PLATFORM

    Online learning will be delivered via webinar sessions
    Bowen McCoy, a senior manager at Morgan Stanley, and a group of mountaineers have been preparing over six years to climb the Himalayas. Thousands of dollars had been spent on this expedition. At an extremely challenging part of the climb, the group comes upon a holy man – a Sadhu, who was dying from hypothermia. The group, and thereby each individual within the group, were faced with an unfortunate dilemma – to continue the climb and achieve their goals or carry the Sadhu two days back to a town to save the life of a stranger.

    This programme explores the challenges of personal ethics when applied to a group – when personal moral values clash with group norms and how organisational culture can impact the ethical climate of an entity.
    LEARNING LEVEL
    Intermediate / Advanced
    PROGRAMME FEE

    AICB MEMBER

    MYR

    1,500*

    / PAX

    NON-MEMBER

    MYR

    1,800*

    / PAX

    *Subject to 6% Service Tax

  • Objectives & Outline
    LEARNING OBJECTIVES
    By the end of the programme, participants will be able to:
    • Appraise the levels of accountability in an organisation
    • Assess the philosophical and psychological approaches to business ethics
    • Reflect on cultural typologies and how they influence organisational behaviour
    • Formulate a view on what constitutes ethical and professional behaviour in an organisation
    • Evaluate practical decision making and moral judgement and finding the balance between the two
    PROGRAMME OUTLINE
    Levels of Accountability in an Organisation
    This module examines Bank Negara Malaysia’s (BNM) approaches to strengthening conduct and culture in the financial services industry. Corporate governance principles are examined and case studies done to demonstrate that a code of ethics alone does not deter inappropriate behaviour.

    Case Study: Carries Tolstedt
    Case Study: Aman Shah

    Philosophical and Psychological Approaches to Business Ethics
    Prescriptive ethical theories developed by philosophers designed to help individual decide what they should do in response to ethical dilemmas are compared and contrasted with psychological theories that describe what individuals actually do due to mental and emotional processes that influence how people think and behave.

    Case Study: Ethical issues in Artificial Intelligence in banking and finance
    Case Study: Katharine Gun

    Cultural Typologies and Organisational Behaviour
    This module examines the role of culture in organisational behaviour. Hofstede theory is discussed to understand how cultural dimensions differ in various cultures and its impact in ethical decision making.

    Case Study: CNN

    Professional Behaviour in an Organisation
    Here we consider what professionalism means in banking and the role of professional bodies. While professionalism may be seen to be demonstrating technical competencies, various behavioural attributes have been acknowledged as critical in creating the basis of a profession.

    Case Studies: A series of caselets using MCQs to test the ability of participants to make ethical decisions in various real life banking scenarios.

    Practical Ethical Decision Making
    In making real world ethical decisions, one has to take into consideration sustainability, political forces, eastern philosophies and long term consequences in arriving at pragmatic ethical decisions.

    Case Study: Ibn Rushd’s influence in practical ethical decision making
  • Methodology

    • This one day programme can be delivered either via face-to-face classroom or webinar
    • It is interactive using Kahoot, quizzes, polling and discussion of case studies in breakout areas/rooms

  • Participant Profile

    Managers, Heads of Department, Division Heads, Senior Executives and C-Suites in the capacity of managing sales force, operational planning, staff performance, strategic thinking and organisational culture.

  • Trainer

    DR PARAMSOTHY VIJAYAN

    Dr Vijay is the Director of Graduate Training & FSTEP, and Senior Consultant at the Asian Banking School. He started his career working in one of the big 8 Chartered Accountants and Management Consultancy firms in the UK. He has over 20 years of banking experience working in local and foreign banks up to a senior management level, ranging over a diverse range of disciplines.

    He is currently involved in structuring bespoke technical and soft skill programmes for banks. In addition, he is involved in the curriculum working committee for professional qualification programmes such as the Chartered Banker and Bank Risk Management. He is also a designated Chartered Banker trainer, bringing a fresh approach to self-directed learning using mind-mapping techniques, case studies and problem-based learning. Dr Vijay has published banking and finance related text books and journal articles internationally, including, “Success Factors for the Implementation of Entrepreneurial Knowledge Management in Malaysian Banks” (Journal of Information & Knowledge Management, 2013).
    Dr Vijay holds an Honours Degree in Accounting and Finance from Scotland, a Master of Science Degree in Multimedia Technology (Banking), a Doctor of Business Administration (Banking Strategy and Marketing) from Australia, and a Doctor of Philosophy (Knowledge Management in Banking) from Malaysia. He is also a Certified Training Professional (ARTDO).

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