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The problem of how a business can be ethical and still make aprofit is outlined. A solution structure is provided and an example ofhow a company can resolve the problem is given.
The issue of business ethics is addressed with the ethicalmotivations of business concerns coming under closer public scrutiny.The reasons for and the conditions which have helped this renewedinterest in making business practices more moral are outlined.
The story of business ethics would seem to be a tale of horses,deckchairs, Molotovs and ostriches. There is little evidence that thegrowth in organisational codes of ethics OCoE in recent years has hadmuch effect on organisational activity. Such was also the experiencewith the social...
An illustration is provided for all readers, students andpractising professionals alike, of the dilemma faced by internalauditors as they try to perform a new service, namely, helping tooperationalise a code of ethics conduct within their firms and at thesame time remain true to the objective of...
The study of business ethics is growing apace. The ethicaldimension is increasingly seen as an integral aspect of organisationalculture. Ethical issues are explored starting with internationalbusiness, then narrowing the focus to domestic business, and finallynarrowing it still further to...
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