1 edition of Ethics for executives series found in the catalog.
Ethics for executives series
|Other titles||Harvard business review.|
|Statement||articles by John J. Fendrock, and others.]|
|Contributions||Fendrock, John J.|
|LC Classifications||HF5500.2 E76|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||141|
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COMMENTARY ON CHAPTER 1: ETHICS EXPECTATIONS. Learning Objectives Chapter 1 is designed to provide the reader with an analysis of: a) developments that have changed and are changing the ethical. Risk, Reward, Responsibility: Ethics in Business Should the executives at Casablanca Cruise Lines have asbestos removed from their ships by a company based in the former Soviet republic of Novostan? The cost would be $80 million less than if an American company were used, but Novostani standards of worker safety are far less rigorous.
The Book “On Ethics and Economics” is an edited version of the Royer Lecture Series given by Dr. Amartya Sen at the University of California, Berkeley in the year The basic idea that has been put forth in this book is that the distancing of ethics from economics has impoverished the contemporary economic theory to a great extent. The real breakdown was in the integrity and ETHICS of the organizations. It was the BIG ME mentality and the leadership failure of the employees, managers, executives, and the Board. In this TQA Point of Focus #1 module on Ethics, we will dive into organizational integrity and how Internal Auditors, Total Quality Auditors, can help influence.
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BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL ETHICS, 7E delivers an insider's look at actual companies in the face of a wide range of ethical dilemmas.
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This book seeks to contribute to a more adequate coalescence of ethics and business with innovative models for such coalescence, for the mutual benefit of business ethicists, professors teaching in the undergraduate and MBA classroom, corporate executives, and businesspeople.
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