“Managing Integrity: The Bad and the Good"
mar 13
March 13.
17:00 - 21:00
Nador u. 9, Monument Building
Social Event
“Managing Integrity: The Bad and the Good"
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Date: March 13, 2014 - 17:00 - 21:00

Building: Nador u. 9, Monument Building


Event type: Workshop

Event audience: CEU Community + Invited Guests

CEU presenter(s): Peter Hardi

CEU host unit(s):

Center for Integrity in Business and Government

CEU Business School

CEU contact person: Veronika Kovács

E-mail: KovacsV@ceubusiness.org

“New thinking, new practice”

The threat to conducting business with integrity is growing, and this loss of integrity could well ruin your business. You surely do not want to find out the hard way. Please join us to understand better these business risks and to discover innovative and proven solutions.You will also have the opportunity to interact with experienced panelists and your peers.

What can the Center for Integrity in Business and Government offer?

To be discussed at this Workshop: what we have learned; latest results of our state-of the-art research on integrity and anti-corruption; our brand new curriculum development; implications of a global executive survey on integrity management; the importance of business anthropology; and new integrity case studies from Central-Eastern Europe.

Miklós Marschall: You will learn why collective action and cooperation between business and other parts of a civil society on integrity can help your business.

How can the Center’s findings be used in on-going business practice?

Panel on how business leaders manage integrity and why these experienced executives collaborate with CEU Business School.

To be discussed: The importance of thinking ahead strategically and prevention; using modern business intelligence; operating an effective compliance system; and understanding relevant legal and regulatory conditions when entering risky markets.

The Center’s achievements and new content, all produced in collaboration with our partners, will also be highlighted.

The Workshop panels comprise a powerful blend of CEU Business School faculty experts, internationally well-known thought leaders on integrity, and senior executives practicing integrity management.


4:30 pm - Registration
5:00 pm - Welcome by John Shattuck, Rector and President, CEU
5:10 pm - The Integrity Education Project and its Transformational Role at CEU Business School, Mel Horwitch, Dean and University Professor, CEU Business School
5:20 pm - Keynote speech by Gregor Medinger Rum Hill Capital, Member of the Advisory Board, CEU Business School
6:00 pm - What can integrity research offer to business?
Panel discussion with Paul Heywood University of Nottingham, Peter Hardi CEU Business School, Davide Torsello CEU Business School, Noemi Alexa CEU Business School
7:00 pm - Coffee break
7:15 pm - Miklós Marschall Transparency International Headquarters Berlin
7:35 pm - How can business utilize integrity research?
Panel discussion with Dr. Judit Budai Szecskay Attorneys at Law, Dinesh P Thampi Tata Consultancy Services, Dr. Maximilian Burger-Scheidlin International Chamber of Commerce Austria, Nicholas T. Sarvari CNS RISK and Canadian Chamber of Commerce Hungary
8:35 pm - Flash news: Outputs and outcomes of cooperation Laszlo Czirjak iEurope and American Chamber of Commerce Hungary
8:45 pm - Reception and buffet in front of the Auditorium

The language of the workshop is English. Participation is free of charge, but registration is required to Veronika Kovacs by March 11.


  • "I have been recently nominated as the Regional IT Manager for West Africa at Unilever. My CEU Business School education has been a key differentiator during an otherwise very competitive recruitment process. I would like to thank all my great peers of the 2013-14 cohort and the wonderful faculty at the B-School for the valuable learning experience I had during my time in BP."

    Moussa Moumouni

    MSc in IT Management class of 2014

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