Recent national attention on systematic social injustices has caused many corporate leaders to take a hard look at their company’s approach to diversity, equity and inclusion. In this episode, learn about the need for companies to create an open and safe space for leaders and employees.
Awareness of social injustices further escalated in the national consciousness in 2020. As a result, organizations are taking a hard look at their corporate culture. In this episode, learn about the creation and goals of APUS’ Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Task Force.
Corporate culture is critical to the success of any business. In this episode, APU business professor Dr. Linda Ashar talks to Dr. Suzanne Minarcine about the role of leadership in establishing a positive work culture by valuing employees and customers over the bottom line.
Ethics must be intentionally coded into an artificial intelligence system. But who decides on the ethical or moral standards used? Listen to this episode to learn more about how AI is used in the workplace.
Working from home during the pandemic can blur the lines between an employee’s work and personal life. In this podcast, learn tips for managing a remote workforce like establishing clear expectations and helping employees with time management.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses to adapt operations nearly overnight. In this episode, APU business professor Dr. Linda Ashar talks to Dan Cwalina, the CEO of Lormet Community Federal Credit Union.
In this episode, Dr. Linda Ashar interviews the original host, Dr. Marie Gould Harper, about the new normal in business.
In this podcast, Dr. Linda Ashar talks with Dr. Wanda Curlee, about the influence of artificial intelligence on the workplace today and in the future.