Managing Ethics in Organizations (MEO)

June 12-16, 2017

Center for Business Ethics, Bentley University, Waltham (Boston), Mass. 

For over 20 years, Managing Ethics in Organizations (MEO), an executive development course, has provided practical advice and theoretical tools for creating and managing an effective ethics program. This is the oldest and most respected business ethics course of its kind and over 1,000 participants have received a certificate in this course. Many graduates of MEO have been or have gone on to become chief ethics and compliance officers of major corporations. 

My experience at the MEO course was wonderful — the depth and breadth of the course provided the tools needed to better perform not only in my day-to-day activities but also strategies and ideas for the future. I have the utmost respect for the course and ECI overall.
- Linda Duncan, VP, Ethics and Compliance Officer, Corporate Integrity Program Office, MUFG Union Bank, N.A.
MEO provides an intimate setting for stimulating discussion with peers, lifetime networking opportunities, and nuts and bolts learning essential for work in an E&C office taught by experienced ethics practitioners
 - W. Michael Hoffman, Executive Director, Center for Business Ethics, Bentley University

This week-long program is offered yearly at Bentley University and is co-sponsored by the Hoffman Center for Business Ethics (CBE) and the Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI). Completion of the MEO course qualifies candidates to sit for the LPEC certification exam, and continuing education credits are available.



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