The world today has become fast and furious – with competition, uncertainty, and hyper-connectivity reaching unprecedented levels. There is constant pressure to either Perform or Perish. In such a context where it is almost impossible to pause and reflect, decision-making is becoming increasingly difficult, and one direct consequence of this is the danger of ethical traps.
Watch this interactive webinar, where we explored:
- Why is it that well-intentioned good people – like you, your bosses, and employees – end up doing bad things?
- What role does the human mind play in this?
- How do powerful situations and organizations systems – often without our conscious awareness – push us down the slippery slopes? Finally, what steps can managers take to lead themselves, their teams, and organizations through ethical complexities?
Dr. Kriti Jain is a full-time member of faculty at IE Business School, Madrid, Spain and specializes in Decision-making, especially in the strategic contexts of organizations and public policy. In 2018, Thinkers50 named Kriti in the list of emerging global thinkers with the potential to make lasting contributions to management theory and practice.
Kriti is a PhD in Management from INSEAD. Before joining full-time academics, she worked with McKinsey & Co. on risk management projects focusing on energy and materials sector for global clients based in Europe and Middle East. Professor Kriti holds the prestigious European Union’s Marie Curie Fellowship (Euros 100,000) for research work on decision-making. She has consistently received top ratings for her courses on Strategic Decision-Making, Managing Talent, and Risk Management conducted for business leaders, lawyers, entrepreneurs, and doctoral scholars. She regularly shares her ideas as a guest speaker for corporate events and as a columnist for business press. Her work has featured in print media such as Forbes India, Psychology Today and The Wall Street Journal.