The science of management has long revolved around the question “How?” at the expense of “Why?” Widening the discussion to include ends as well as means also opens the door to the most troubling moral and ethical conflicts.
Content: Quotation | Author: Benjamin Kessler | Source: INSEAD Knowledge | Subjects: Ethics, Management
Big business has arguably become the most dominant force in many societies, subsuming the power of Church and State but not their responsibilities. As a result, the urgent human needs (for security, stability and spiritual nourishment) once met by those institutions must largely go begging.
Content: Quotation | Author: Benjamin Kessler | Source: INSEAD Knowledge | Subjects: Economics, Miscellaneous
The Fourth Industrial Revolution, then, retains some of the exploitative elements that characterised the very first. What’s more, the very term “industrial revolution” has always been something of a misnomer, according to Gianpiero Petriglieri, INSEAD Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour.
Content: Article | Authors: Benjamin Kessler, Gianpiero Petriglieri | Source: INSEAD Knowledge | Subject: Economics