100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics, 2010

For the third year in a row, I’ve been honoured by Ethisphere Magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics.” I was recognized in the category of “Thought Leadership.”

Once again, I’m humbled but also encouraged that my 5 years’ worth of blogging is seen as having some impact on the world, however indirect.

7 comments so far

  1. davidcoethica on

    Congratulations Chris. Richly deserved.

  2. fibocycle on

    well done Chris. The consistency is quite impressive.

  3. Carol Sanford on

    Congratulations. I find your work very useful. Inspiring yes, but more importantly, useful. It is a big challenge to know what is ethical in a world that seems to favor financial and power success over ethics. I see your work as putting practical and ethical in the same sentence. Not surprised at the honor.

  4. Lalitha on

    Congratulations!
    thanks for your contribution to the enrichment of knowledge and the various dimensions of Business Ethics!

  5. Tim Ragan on

    Congratulations, Chris. Well deserved.

    Regards,
    Tim

  6. Nancy Lyons on

    Ryan Karcher of Grand Island, NY an MBA student at Canisius College of Buffalo, NY won a $1,000, Scholarship for being the most ethical student.

  7. Nancy Lyons on

    Thanks Dr. C. MacDonald for being an inspiration to future MBA students.


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