Managers are not motivated only by greed, but applying moral principles to decision-making has not been a big success. The author argues that managers and their companies need a moral imagination which lets them be aware of, evaluate, and change the mental models that constrict business behaviour.The same day, Ford ordered supervising engineers to speed up the handing over to its lawyers of copies of all Bronco II ... Even a copy of the company manual for destroying records was destroyed. Ford says ... (Geyelin and Templin, 1993, Al, 6 ) Ford Motor Company, like GE, is often cited as one of the best- managed andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Moral Imagination and Management Decision-making|
|Author||:||Patricia Hogue Werhane|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 1999|