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The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative
Ethics: The ultimate business advantage
THE NAME “BILL DANIELS” is synonymous with the highest ethical standards. Bill believed wholeheartedly in the importance of absolute ethical principles. As an honest and fair businessman, he based his decisions on what he believed to be right — not what was convenient or most profitable. This attitude and method of conducting business earned him legendary respect and loyalty throughout the business world.
The primary objective of the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative is active engagement of students — not research or publishing — that builds a solid principle-based ethical framework central to decision-making in a complex business environment. Drawing from the examples of Bill Daniels' life, ethics instruction will convey that principles are a constant foundation, not relative to a specific situation, and that doing what’s right prevails over self interest on occasions when the two may appear to collide.
The Ethics Initiative works to integrate ethics instruction throughout the curriculum that includes real-world practical applications, provides exposure to business practitioners, and maintains relevance to the ever-changing business environment.
The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative is anchored in the business school at each partner university. Each university is responsible for designing and implementing the Ethics Initiative on their campus to advance these defined objectives:
DANIELS FUND ETHICS CONSORTIUM
During the 5-year Ethics Initiative pilot, the Daniels Fund is not accepting proposals for additional university participants.