Business Ethics: New Challenges for Business Schools and Corporate Leaders
Initiated by the collaborative effort by the School of Business both at Colorado State University and University of Texas at...
- ISBN: 9788120327382
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- Author Peterson Robert A, Ferrell O. C.
- Publisher PHI Learning Private Limited
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The text contains new insights for leaders in business and education organizations. Its purpose is to serve as a catalyst to stimulate thinking and research on ethical leadership and business ethics initiatives. The thirteen chapters in the volume develop different perspectives for creating ethical leadership and establishing organizational ethics initiatives. Most of the chapters pose issues and questions related to ethical decision making at individual, organizational, regulatory and societal levels.
It is refreshing to know that there is finally a book on the market that will enable business school professors to integrate multiple dimensions of ethics into their course content to achieve this goal.
Table Of Contents
- 1. A Framework for Understanding Organizational Ethics.
- 2. Personal Moral Codes and the Hunt-Vitell Theory of Ethics: Why Do People's Ethical Judgments Differ?
- 3. Why Do Good People Do Bad Things? Challenges to Business Ethics and Corporate Leadership.
- 4. Corporate Governance and Ethical Leadership.
- 5. Ethical Leadership and Creating Value for Stakeholders.
- 6. Mindfulness and Integrity: The Ongoing Challenge of Leadership Development.
- 7. Benchmarking Student Attitudes Regarding Ethical Issues.
- 8. Auditor Independence and the Scope of CPA Services: Roots and Recent Developments.
- 9. System Design: The New Frontier for Ethical Leadership.
- 10. Ethical Leadership for Improved Corporate Governance and Better Business Education.
- 11. Why Ethics and Profits Can and Must Work Together in Business.
- 12. Denial and Leadership in Business Ethics Education.
- 13. Reflections.
|Author||Peterson Robert A, Ferrell O. C.|
|Publisher||PHI Learning Private Limited|