Organizational change is a much discussed topic in the management literature. It is an important issue because proper change management significantly increases the survival an organization in hyper-competitive global business environment. Yet, all too often transformational change programs fail due to a variety of reasons. The purpose of this paper is to describe change from different angles and to utilize the literature information to identify … [ Read more ]
Content: Article | Author: Christian T. K.-H. Stadtländer | Source: “Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies (EJBO)” | Subject: Change Management
Regulation is merely society’s way of saying that it does not approve of the way business is operating or, that by operating the way it is, business is ignoring what the society has set as objectives and goals for itself.
Content: Quotation | Source: “Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies (EJBO)” | Subjects: Ethics, Legal
Business “ethics,” should not be confused with business “morality.” Morality is the sum total of a particular society’s or organization’s current perceived traditions, beliefs, values, attitudes and norms that have been cultivated over time, institutionalized in religious doctrine, laws, regulations and codes of conduct which explicitly or implicitly suggest how an individual should behave in situations as they are encountered daily. Ethics may well … [ Read more ]
Content: Quotation | Author: Michael S. Poulton | Source: “Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies (EJBO)” | Subject: Ethics