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Ethically Speaking

"Disruptive Technologies"

with JB Holston
Dean, Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science
October 8, 2015

Uber, Airbnb NetFlix all can be considered "disruptive technologies," but what are the ethical and corporate responsibility considerations when founding or launching such enterprises. In this episode of Ethically Speaking, we speak with JB Holston, Dean, of the Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science at the University of Denver to get his take.

As a veteran of numerous Start Ups and entrepreneurial endeavors, Holston has a unique insight into disruptive technologies and the many pitfalls and opportunities they represent.

Ethically Speaking


Ethically Speaking is a Podcast of The Institute for Enterprise Ethics at the Daniels College of Business. It features timely insights into the ethical issues facing business professionals in the modern business climate in the U.S. and abroad.

Episode 1

The Ethics of Big Data
September 10, 2015

Paul Bauer, Professor Emeritus
Daniels College of Business

Episode 2

Why Hasn't Anyone Gone To Jail?
October 6, 2015

Dr. Bruce Klaw, Assistant Professor
Department of Business Ethics and Legal Studies

Episode 3

Disruptive Technologies
October 8, 2015

JB Holston, Dean
Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science

Episode 4

'16 | CORPORATE INTEGRITY
February 18, 2016

Paul Gibbons
International Consultant, Author and Speaker

Episode 5

Integrity. What does it mean?
December 12, 2015

Buie Seawell, Professor
Department of Business Ethics and Legal Studies

Episode 6

The Business Case for Ethical Behavior

with Robert Giacalone, PhD
Bill Daniels Chair in Business Ethics
Department of Business Ethics and Legal Studies, Endowed Chair

 
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