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by S C Sekhar

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ISBN:
0803993714
Author:
S C Sekhar
Category:
Business Culture
Language:
English
Publisher:
SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 1 edition (January 7, 1998)
Pages:
270 pages
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In this book, explore the subject of business ethics through theory, case studies, and examples from popular culture. Learn practical tips on how to effectively navigate the complicated organizational morality of today’s world. Ethical choices in making fiscal cuts or imposing new taxes in the face of the greatest economic crisis since the Depression. Ethical challenges to established practices in public organizations.

Ethical issues in business have become more complicated because of the global and diversified nature of many large corporations and because of the complexity of government regulations that define the limits of criminal behavior. For example, multinational corporations operate in countries where bribery, sexual harassment, racial discrimination, and lack of concern for the environment are neither illegal nor unethical or unusual.

Ethical Choices in Business provides a comprehensive and innovative exposition of the concepts and practice of business ethics. Using a pragmatic and humanistic approach that accommodates apparently conflicting ideas, it amalgamates ancient Indian wisdom and tribal lore with contemporary analytical thinking and research. Describing the flexible approach adopted by him as "speaking ethics," R. C. Sekhar avoids truisms that only lull the senses with comforting ideas that merely reinforce what is already known. Beginning with an inventory of ethical values nurtured by civilization, the book goes on to describe the process of ethical decision making, both at the level of the individual and the group. This is followed by a description of the contributions made by different institutions in developing ethical norms and in maintaining an ethical balance. The important functional management areas as well as specialized new topicsùsuch as, whistle-blowing, corruption, environment, and gender issuesùare covered in separate chapters. Replete with cases and real-life examples that reinforce conceptual understanding, Ethical Choices in Business is interspersed with inspiring ideas for affirmative action. Also included are two useful exercises, one on scoring oneself in ethical attitudes and a second on mind-stilling. Ethical Choices in Business will appeal to professionals and academics interested in business ethics, philosophy, management, and human resources.