Professor of Business Ethics
Office: McKenna Hall 218
Education: BS, Biola University, 1986; MBA, University of Washington 1987; PhD, University of Southern California, 1997. At SPU since 1997.
Kenman Wong researches and teaches courses in business ethics and the role of markets/business in global development. He co-chaired the conference "Bottom Billions/Bottom Line: The Role of Business in Ending Poverty" (2011), and has served as a judge of the Global Social Enterprise Competition at the University of Washington and as a juror of the Pacific Northwest Good Works Awards, sponsored by KCTS (PBS) television and Seattle Rotary.
Prior to becoming a professor, Dr. Wong was employed with Andersen Consulting (Accenture) where he specialized in working with large organizations in the health care and aerospace sectors. While at SPU, he has served as a consultant to businesses, trade associations, and universities in the areas of organizational ethics and values based leadership curriculum development.
Beyond Integrity: A Judeo-Christian Approach to Business Ethics, with Scott Rae
Business for the Common Good, with Scott Rae
Medicine and the Marketplace: The Moral Dimensions of Managed Care
University of Notre Dame Press, 1999
- B. Dyck and K. Wong. (2010) "Corporate Spiritual Disciplines and the Quest for Organizational Virtue." Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion.
- B. Dyck, M. Neubert & K. Wong, (2008) "Unchaining the Iron Cage: A Look at What Managers Can Do." Christian Scholars Review. XXXVII: 1, Fall.
- R. Franz and K. Wong. (2005) "Spirituality & Management: A Wider Lens," Journal of Management Inquiry, July.
Please view Dr. Wong's CV (PDF) for additional publications.