Anderson "Ethics in Organizations" Class at French Mortuary
September 20, 2011
Students were picked up in front of the Anderson School in French company limousines and upon arrival, were given a full tour of the French funeral home facilities. Several key French managers, along with long-time UNM and Anderson supporters CEO Duffy Swan, Chairman Chester "Chet" Stewart, President and COO Tom Antram and VP of Operations Chris Keller welcomed the students and shared their views and experiences on what it means to grow and lead a highly ethical New Mexico organization. The students indicated afterward that they were greatly impressed with the French company and said that the insights shared by its management really illuminated for them the highly ethical practices that businesses in all industries might do well to emulate.
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