The best-selling text of its kind, BUSINESS ETHICS: CASE STUDIES AND SELECTED READINGS, 9E carefully reviews the decision-making process of business leaders today to illustrate why good leaders often make questionable decisions. The Little Teacher Who Could: Piper, Kansas, and Term Papers.
This fascinating collection exposes common themes in less-than-ethical decision making and shows why leaders make ethical compromises in business that they would not make in personal lives. The Types of Ethical Dilemmas: From Truth to Honesty to Conflicts.
Timeless humor, endearing stories and inspiring principle provide a book of refreshing reading that serves as both a continuing resource for laugher, inspiration and stories good for the soul, without all that fattening chicken soup.
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Merchant details: Bigger Books offers a wide selection of new and used books and partners with the largest publishers and distribution centers to offer cheap prices.In the first unit, the book scrutinises the definition of ethics itself.What are they, why do we need them and how to deal with ethical dilemmas in our life.Learn the common threads – all unethical companies are alike. To buy focuses on Edgar and Ari, a pooka who shadows Edgar, muttering the words “Wouldn’t be honest.Wouldn’t be right”,Â whenever Edgar is tempted to follow his richer and more successful friends up the corporate ladder by bending the rules.If our standards come from a reason and they are absolute, then it doesn't matter whether everybody else is breaking them, or they are not punishable by law, we have been ordered to do so, or they don't create immediate harm to somebody, something.One thing I respectfully disagree with author is the statement that breaking the law (whose, whether company's or goverment's, doesn't matter) is a ethical breach.Cases range from shorter intriguing cases to more detailed considerations of companies and individuals trapped in consequences as a result of their poor analyses of ethical dilemmas. “The Slippery Slope”: University of North Carolina and How Do I Know When an Ethical Lapse Begins? Part I: ETHICAL THEORY, PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS, OUR REASONING FLAWS, AND TYPES OF ETHICAL DILEMMAS. The book recommends creating our own personal credo, which should make us think about who we are and what are our standards and ethical limits.When it comes to ethics itself, we quickly realize that there is a difference between law and ethics.