Telfer MBA Lectures: Does corruption destroy freedom?

The 2015 Alumni Week is now over. We look forward to seeing you in 2016!

Drawing on the expertise of faculty members and various community leaders, the Telfer MBA lecture series explores and addresses issues in leading areas of business and management. The goal of the series is to provide a forum for generating discussion and to provide additional learning opportunities related to concepts and principles such as leadership, business analytics and performance as well as finance and complex problem-solving within an organization. This series was specially created for MBA and EMBA alumni and students as well as individuals interested in attending these programs.

We look at our country and are thankful for the freedom we enjoy as Canadians. Some of our ancestors may have fought during the World Wars and other conflicts to preserve this freedom. But is this freedom being eroded? Has complacency set in and allowed the growth of corruption in our society? Perhaps our freedom and rights are being eroded and we haven’t noticed? Are we now enablers of corruption instead of defenders of democracy and freedom?

Allan Cutler, President, Allan Cutler & Associates

Michel W. Drapeau (LLL ’99, LLB ‘00)
Senior-Notary, Michel Drapeau Law Office and professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa
Steve Hindle
Vice-president, Professional Institute of the Public Service (PIPS)
Norman Rebin
President, Success Mentors International

Saturday, May 9, 2015, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Telfer School of Management
55 Laurier Avenue East, room 1150 (1st floor), Ottawa

**The lecture will be given in English only.