Once leaders address their company’s historical transgressions, they can work to create a more positive legacy.
Sarah Federman and Judith Schrempf-Stirling
An empowered strategic integrity function is key to developing a more proactive and systemic approach to governance.
Daniel Malan, Alison Taylor, Anna Tunkel, and Birgit Kurtz
Reporting on unethical conduct in the workplace is linked to employees’ degree of psychological safety.
Antoine Ferrère, Chris Rider, Baiba Renerte, and Amy Edmondson
Salesforce’s Paula Goldman discusses how the tech company produces value-creating solutions with ethics in mind.
Sam Ransbotham and Shervin Khodabandeh
To reduce ethical lapses, organizations need systems for anticipation and systems for resilience.
Kirsten Martin and Bidhan (Bobby) L. Parmar
Robert Chesnut, Airbnb’s first chief ethics officer, shares his experience shaping ethical technology policies.
Robert Chesnut, interviewed by Ally MacDonald
To address algorithms’ potential harm, companies must be willing to focus on users and rethink their business models.
This Strategy Guide shares insights on AI use for strategic advantage and positive societal impact.
MIT SMR Connections
Elizabeth Renieris of the Notre Dame-IBM Technology Ethics Lab discusses how businesses can responsibly govern AI projects.