Engineering Ethics and Organizational Behaviour
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Summary of the talk:
Dr. Dilip Barad, a professor and head of the English department at MK Bhavnagar University in Gujarat, India, was invited as a resource person to deliver a talk on engineering ethics and organizational behavior at the Federal Institute of Science and Technology in Kerala, India. The webinar was organized by the Department of Science and Humanities, which has been at the forefront of organizing conferences, seminars, and webinars to enlighten people about science and technology.
Dr. Barad began his talk by emphasizing the importance of ethics, stating that "without ethics, man has no future," and that mankind cannot be itself without them. Ethics determine choices and actions and suggest difficult priorities. He acknowledged the presence of Dr. Manoj George, the respected principal of the college, Dr. C. Sheila, the vice-principal, Dr. Binimal Punus, the head of the department, Dr. Mini PR, the dean academics, and other heads of departments, faculty colleagues, participants, and students.
Dr. Punus, the head of the department, delivered the welcome address, thanking everyone for their presence. She expressed her gratitude to Dr. Barad for accepting the invitation to speak at the webinar. She also thanked Dr. Manoj George, the principal, for his continuous support in organizing various activities at the college. She welcomed Dr. C. Sheila, the vice-principal, who has always been supportive of all the department's activities. Finally, she welcomed Dr. Mini PR, the dean academics, and expressed her appreciation for the department's driving forces in performing at the highest level consistently.
Dr. Barad then gave an overview of engineering ethics and organizational behavior, citing examples and anecdotes to illustrate his points. He spoke about the importance of ethical behavior in organizations and how it can have a positive impact on the employees and the organization as a whole. He also talked about the role of technology in shaping ethical behavior and cited examples of how social media platforms such as Twitter can impact an organization's brand image.
Dr. Barad also spoke about the difference between ethics and morality and how they are often used interchangeably. He conducted a survey among the participants to gauge their understanding of various ethical and moral issues. He discussed the importance of behavioral patterns of teachers and how they can have an impact on the students' learning.
Dr. Barad concluded his talk with a famous Greek myth about Oedipus and how it can be applied to organizations. He emphasized the importance of ethical behavior in organizations and how it can have far-reaching consequences.
In conclusion, Dr. Dilip Barad's talk on engineering ethics and organizational behavior was informative and thought-provoking. He emphasized the importance of ethics in organizations and how they can impact employees and organizations' overall performance. He also discussed the role of technology in shaping ethical behavior and how social media platforms can impact an organization's brand image. His talk provided valuable insights into ethical behavior and its impact on organizations, making it a must-watch for anyone interested in this subject.