How Business Can Innovate with Blockchain – Tuesday, November 13, 11:00 a.m., BB 105. School of Business Center for Innovation and Ethics will host Mike Scrudato, SVP, Strategic Innovation Leader, Munich Re America in Princeton. The event is open to all, will be nontechnical and assume no background in computing.
From Start-up Biolabs to Green Power: Johnson and Johnson’s Approach to Innovation and Ethics, October 3, 2018, Why is a Fortune 100 company helping hundreds of small healthcare entrepreneurs to get started? Guests included Rich Minevich ‘08, who leads project management at JLABS, a life science incubator that provides residency and support for over 350 start-ups around the world, and Jed Richardson, Senior Director Environmental Stewardship, Johnson & Johnson, discussed J&J’s efforts to ensure that over 35% of its electricity comes from renewable or clean sources, including solar and geothermal power.
Building a Billion Dollar Company through Innovation, Ethics and Leadership, April 15, 2016, a conversation with Robert Egan, President of Victory Packaging. The second installment of the Center’s Personal Journey’s series.
Innovation and Ethics in Business: Insights from a Company Founder and Leader – April 20, 2015, featuring Robert Carr, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Heartland Payment Systems, Inc.; author of “Through the Fires: An American Business Story of Turbulence, Triumph and Giving Back.”
Christine Bader, Corporate Idealist & Change Agent – March 11, 2015, in the Business Building Lounge, about her book “The Evolution of a Corporate Idealist: When Girl Meets Oil” and her work as a change agent within BP corporation.
Artificial Intelligence: Promise, Ethics and Peril — An Evening of Conversation – March 2, 2015 in the Mayo Concert Hall Concert, featuring James Barrat, award-winning documentary filmmaker and author of “Our Final Invention.”