What might our businesses — and our world — look like if more of us felt empowered and were skillful and practiced enough to voice and act on our values effectively? What if we could learn the skills and tools needed to act on our values in an authentic and results-oriented way? This is exactly the kind of thinking that inspired Darden Professor Dr. Mary C. Gentile to create Giving Voice to Values (GVV).
Technology has proven an enduring part of our lives, giving us newer and better things and experiences every day. While the incredible technological innovations of the last decades have brought untold benefits and offer great promise, they also raise serious ethical questions that we must deal with now. Ultimately, how we approach the ethical considerations of emerging technologies will have wide implications – not only for privacy and security, but for our definition very definition of humanity.