Tag Archives: Business Ethics

Business Ethics: Managing Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability in the Age of Globalization by Andrew Crane, Dirk Matten. ISBN: 9780199564330

Business Ethics is a lively and engaging textbook that tackles one of the most pressing issues facing business today: how to be a good corporate citizen in a complex multiple- stakeholder world. It covers the foundations of business ethics and applies these concepts to each of the corporation’s major stakeholders. Written from a truly international …
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The MBA Oath: Setting a Higher Standard for Business Leaders by Max Anderson and Peter Escher. ISBN: 9781591843351

Synopsis   “As a manager, my purpose is to serve the greater good by bringing people and resources together to create value that no single individual can create alone…” So begins the MBA Oath, conceived in early 2009 by Max Anderson, Peter Escher, and a team of Harvard Business School students. They saw that in the …
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The 2010 World’s Most Ethical Companies

The Ethisphere Institute has announced its World’s Most Ethical Companies list which highlights 100 organizations leading the way in promoting ethical business standards. The companies featured include General Electric Co., Google, L’ORÉAL, Nike and Ford Motor Company. The methodology for the World’s Most Ethical ranking includes reviewing codes of ethics, litigation, and regulatory infraction histories; …
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Doing Well and Good: the Human Face of the New Capitalism edited by Julian Friedland. ISBN: 9781593117870.

Synopsis Ethical business creates social value. That’s the theme of this bold new volume, which heralds and defends this rapidly-growing new conception of capitalism. It provides clear and succinct guidelines for how to evaluate what counts as an ethical business as well as how and why ethical businesses tend to achieve more over the long …
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Responsibility Help Us Understand the Credit Crisis?

Explaining the root causes of a crisis is a complex undertaking, especially given the multiplicity of causes involved. While the economic causes may be widely known and accepted by now, one must also consider the psychological, social, political and ethical factors that, while far from offering alternative explanations, do provide complementary perspectives. The ethical interpretation …
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2009 World’s Most Ethical Companies

(CC) Photon™/Flickr The 2009 World’s Most Ethical Companies, run by the Ethisphere Institute, recognizes organizations that promote ethical business standards and practices by going beyond legal minimums, introducing innovative ideas benefiting the public and forcing their competitors to follow suit. The methodology for the WME ranking includes reviewing codes of ethics, litigation and regulatory infraction …
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New Thunderbird Web Site Helps Executives Navigate Economic Crisis

In the wake of the global financial disaster companies, organizations and leaders around the world are scrambling to brace themselves for the uncertain times ahead while protecting against and preventing similar catastrophes in the future. “Those who survive will be organizations with strong, ethical leadership, innovative global mindsets and sustainable strategies that will create lasting …
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