Core to the work of The Fletcher School’s Institute for Business in the Global Context, the “Turn?” Series of conference examine regions of the world at a point of inflection. From Africa to Turkey to Greece in the past few years, these events bring together leaders from business, politics, and academia for timely discussions, exploring implications for the world at large and the region on the cusp of “turning.”
This year, Ernst & Young announced the launch of a new training program, Religious Literacy for Organizations (RLO), which “help[s] organizations better understand religious inclusion and its positive impact on business process and performance.” Why would a “Big Four” accounting firm offer religious literacy training to its clients? What does this move mean for the consulting industry and global business?
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This panel will discuss the practicality of religious literacy training in today’s global businesses, what religious literacy looks like in business operations, and why this trend should be on radar of today’s business students.
Paul Lambert, Assistant Dean at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business
Dr. Ibrahim Warde, Professor of International Finance at The Fletcher School
Dr. Brian Grim, President of the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation