Number of pages: 208
BBB Library: Corporate Success, Operations Management
Organizations of high integrity achieve superior performance because they attract and retain high-quality employees, customers, suppliers and investors. Creating organizations of high integrity takes time and effort. This does not happen automatically, because human beings are not morally perfect. Unethical employees, customers, suppliers and investors can prevent organizations from achieving high integrity and superior performance. In addition, unethical organizations can be profitable in the short term, not the long term. So how do you create an ethical organization? This book, which is based on more than two decades of consulting, teaching, and researching, contains all the things I would do if I were the CEO. This book is a managerial how-to manual that can be implemented immediately.
“"Essentials of Business Ethics" is a book long overdue; a compelling, provocative call to action and an invaluable how-to manual on workplace ethics. It is certain to help organizations both prevent and tackle important ethical dilemmas and challenges at a time of dire need for a new direction!” bookreview.com
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Organizations of high integrity achieve superior performance because they attract and retain high-quality employees, customers, suppliers and investors.
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