Sometimes the most appealing Web sites are those without all the Java bells and whistles-just simple information presented simply. “What can you learn about business ethics from the movies?” wondered Carolyn Johnson, business librarian at Arizona State University. The answer is this Web site. Here you’ll find a list of movies that in some way or other offer interesting perspectives on tricky business issues. Johnson … [ Read more ]
Content: Online Resource | Author: Carolyn Johnson | Source: Arizona State University West | Subject: Ethics
This exercise presents you with 15 situations that you might well experience (depending upon the nature and level of your job) in everyday working life. Management students of Professor Burke Pease at California State University, Monterey Bay have kindly helped with the 15 situations and alternative answers. All created on the basis of real life.
The objective of the exercise is to enable you to think … [ Read more ]
Content: Online Resource | Author: Burke Pease | Source: TheWorkingManager.com | Subject: Ethics
This browsable, well-maintained directory of resources related to business ethics includes articles, publications, case studies, corporate codes of ethics, professional organizations and associations, and more. From librarian Sharon Stoerger of the University of Illinois.
Content: Online Resource | Author: Sharon Stoerger | Subject: Ethics
The author of the Business Ethics Training and Development Homepage, Robert A. Giacalone, is the Surtman Distinguished Professor of Business Ethics at the Belk College of Business administration at University of North Carolina at Charlotte. On this Website, Mr. Giacalone strives to “help organizations understand the complexity of ethics training and development.” The site briefly explains the six components of ethics training including elements such … [ Read more ]
Content: Online Resource | Author: Robert A. Giacalone | Subjects: Ethics, Social Responsibility
The most recent guide from Inc.com offers case studies in business ethics and includes coverage of businesses striving to become more environmentally aware, provide community growth, and activate global change. The case studies are generally quite short and easy to read; additionally, they link to several online polls that test users’s business ethics skills.
Content: Online Resource | Author: Shane McLaughlin | Source: GUIDES @ inc.com | Subjects: Ethics, Social Responsibility