Management outline: Ethics at work
- Creating a Prescription for Corporate Trust. Bader, Gloria E. // San Diego Business Journal;10/7/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 40, p5A
Discusses various aspects of organizational behavior. Importance of corporate trust, internal communications and business ethics for a company's business operations and financial performance; Tips for companies on how to build corporate trust; Definition of trust; Auditing of corporate culture;...
- Codes of Ethics: Commitment or Rhetoric? Chaney, Lillian H.; Lyden, Julie R. // OfficePro;Nov/Dec99, Vol. 59 Issue 9, p15
Highlights the importance of business ethics in the workplace. Reasons a written code of ethics in the workplace must be adopted; How to create a code of ethics; Interpretations and advantages.
- Beyond Compliance. Girard, Diane // Executive Excellence;May2000, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p16
Illustrates the inadequacy of mere compliance with policies to answer the need for ethics. Irreplacability of core values and the integration of ethics in business and workplace transactions; Trust as an essential component of doing business; People's need to find meaning in their work.
- Negotiating our course through the moral maze. Pinnell, Raoul // Marketing (00253650);3/9/2000, p22
Focuses on the importance of a company's behavior on marketing. Consumers' assessment of a company's value system; Corporate morality of ethics; Real image of a company; Collection of a set of views that forms a sum of the people that make up the enterprise.
- Building organizational integrity. Kayes, D. Christopher; Stirling, David; Nielsen, Tjai M. // Business Horizons;Jan/Feb2007, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p61
Abstract: Ethical lapses by employees can put organizations at substantial risk. Although improved compliance procedures can help limit this risk, successful efforts must extend beyond compliance to build a culture of organizational integrity. Recent changes in regulatory requirements and more...
- Ethical Culture. Horner, Larry D. // Business Forum;Summer85, Vol. 10 Issue 2/3, p2
Stresses the importance of the ethical dimension of business. Reasons why business ethics has become important to business people; Characteristics of an ethical business and its internal and external behavior; Ethics & corporate culture; Need for predictability.
- Demonstrating Ethical Leadership by Measuring Ethics. Kaptein, Muel; Huberts, Leo; Avelino, Scott; Lasthuizen, Karin // Public Integrity;Fall2005, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p299
Managers need information to manage the ethics of their organizations. This article proposes that periodic surveys examining organizational ethics can be used to obtain this information. It presents the design and results of a study of U.S. public servants that demonstrates the value of surveys...
- Mianzi, Guanxi and Western Prospects in China. Chen, Chen; Godkin, Lynn // International Journal of Management;Jun2001, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p139
States that Chinese culture and modern socialist development have produced unique forms of organizational behavior to which Western models do not apply. Major influences on contemporary Chinese culture; Chinese managerial values that are different from the West; Work goals similarities and...
- Managing Conflicts Across Cultures. Buller, Paul F.; Kohls, John J.; Anderson, Kenneth S. // Organizational Dynamics;Spring2000, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p52
Deals with the ethical conflicts that arise in business operations in a global community. Issues that lead to ethical conflict; Definition of global business ethics; Approach to addressing cross-cultural ethical conflict; Key factors in determining the appropriate strategy for addressing...