Friday September 19, 2008

Business as a Calling

A UD graduate Alan Andolsen will speak on Creating a Culture of Integrity Oct. 2 in the Business as a Calling lecture series.

Alan A. Andolsen, president of Naremco Services, Inc. will speak on Business as a Calling: Creating a Culture of Integrity as the keynote speech in the lecture series at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 2, in the Kennedy Union Ballroom.

The series explores the value of viewing a business career as a calling rather than simply a series of jobs, fostering a deeper sense of purpose and a greater social awareness while creating a culture of business integrity. The "Business as a Calling" series focuses on exemplary business leaders who have kept the faith with public trust as part of their daily work.

Sponsored by the University of Dayton School of Business Administration, the talk is free and open to the public.

Andolsen, a 1967 UD graduate, has created office systems that recognize the diversity of human capabilities and the potential of emerging technologies while conserving an organization's resources.

During the past two decades, he has pioneered techniques for managing digital records and lectured on their application in Japan, China, Europe, and throughout the United States and Canada.

He has also lectured on business ethics at Rutgers and Monmouth universities, and presented papers on business ethics in Poland, Slovenia, and Greece.

For more information contact Sharon Person at sharon.person@notes.udayton.edu or 937-229-3731.

Sharon Person at sharon.person@notes.udayton.edu or 937-229-3731.