The Ethical Risk of Business as UsualPosted by admin2 • June 29, 2010 • Printer-friendly by Gael O’Brien Poorly managed corporate risk all too often becomes risk that stakeholders unwittingly end up assuming. The consequences can be dire: Think deaths and accidents from unintended acceleration in now-recalled Toyota vehicles, the shocking demise of Lehman Bros.…
Business ethics = consistency between the practices of the company and its moral philosophy.
Question: Can you recite, know or find the moral philosphy of your company?
IS TRUST TAKING A HIT? Is it just me, or is trust “taking a hit” lately? How about the lead story of the past several weeks; Do you feel the information released has been 100% accurate on the situation in the Gulf of Mexico? How about politics? Do you feel totally confident about the accuracy…
What a great article on how Panera Bread is trustng people to pay what they think they should for their order and Panera is making money!
It has been suggested that the foundation of ethics are moral standards. If that is true, where does one “get” those standards and can they be taught? Maybe the idea that ethics is what you do and morals are what you believe comes into play here. If so, then why the seemingly disconnect between what…
Sometimes I just can’t understand why, with what is happening in world, i.e. oil spills, wars,corporate ethics or lack therefore, that morality doesn’t seem to play a role in the decision-making. I’m not talking about religion here, but the real added dimension of being other focused by wieghing the pros and cons of one’s decison…
Leadership occurs when followers grant to another person, the authority to deliver consequences.
Mindful morality uses the higher capacities of the human mind, higher order thinking skills and functions like planning, foresight and caring about those not present.
Interesting concept, but how do you get someone to use it?
You can only transform people to the degree that you yourself have been transformed.Maybe it’s time to do a reality check of sorts.
“Human nature always wants to either play the victim or create victims—both for the purpose of control.”