- Issues for Contract Managers and Educators. Rumbaugh, Margaret G. // Contract Management;Apr2004, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p34
The article discusses the impact of contract managers and educators on ethical decision making. Consideration of ethics as a fundamental factor in every business relationship; Responsibility of companies and agencies to create an ethical environment for employees; Phases of decision making.
- The Corporate Killing Fields. Peak, Martha H. // Management Review;Jun93, Vol. 82 Issue 6, p45
Presents tips on how executives can stay competitive. Improvement in decision-making; Promotion of intrapreneurial growth; Decentralization; Improvement of customer services.
- Positive Value Systems. Stanley, T. L. // American Salesman;Sep2004, Vol. 49 Issue 9, p3
Stresses that ethical supervisors and managers have positive value systems. Modes that can be used by supervisors and managers to be compatible with their set of values; Principles in decision making; List of employee-related ethical issues facing supervisors and managers.
- ORGANIZATIONAL SOCIAL CUES, FRAMING, AND JUSTICE: EFFECTS ON MANAGEMENT'S ETHICAL DECISIONS. Bailey, Jeffrey J.; Alexander, Ralph A. // International Journal of Organizational Analysis (1993 - 2002);Apr93, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p133
Examines the influence of the organizational social cues and decision framing on managerial decision making. Derivation of ethical decisions; Increase awareness on the importance of ethics in management; Enhancement of profit maximization.
- The Slowdown in Executive Decision-Making. Odiorne, George S. // SAM Advanced Management Journal (07497075);Fall86, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p33
Focuses on the failure of executive management in making decisions or responding to problems and recommendations. Traditional mode of executive decision-making, according to Clarence Randall, president of Inland Steel; Reasons that decisions get backlogged; Approaches to coping with executive...
- Getting out of your Company's Way. Diamond, Mike // Reeves Journal: Plumbing, Heating, Cooling;May2006, Vol. 86 Issue 5, p75
Focuses on some decisions a business owner should make concerning his company. Areas that should be first examined if the company is running into problems, including the management of time; Selection of a general manager for the company.
- READERS COMMENT. Gunther, Eberhard; Urwick, L.F. // Columbia Journal of World Business;Nov/Dec69, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p4
The article presents readers comment on various manuscripts published in the November 1969 issue of the "Columbia Journal of World Business." Decision makers in multinational firms are plagued by inadequate information at every level. At headquarters, a lack of system-wide data may force...
- MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS -- THEIR DEVELOPMENT AND UNIVERSAL ROLE. Weinshall, Theodore D. // Management International Review (MIR);1975, Vol. 15 Issue 2/3, p17
Formation of multinational organizations has been a result of evolution of other types of organizations. Multinational organizations differ from other national organizations in their tendency to disregard national interests. Considering these circumstances, a multinational organization can be...
- Effects of Personal Values on Auditor’s Ethical Decisions: A Comparison of Pakistani and Turkish Professional Auditors. Karacaer, Semra; Gohar, Raheel; Aygün, Mehmet; Sayin, Cem // Journal of Business Ethics;Aug2009, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p53
The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of personal values on auditorâ€™s ethical decision-making in two countries, namely, Pakistan and Turkey. This study is the first that empirically addresses the role of values in the ethical decision-making processes of Pakistani and...