We are constantly faced with ethical decisions, no matter what organizations we join. The ethical choices we make determine the health of our businesses, schools, government agencies, religious congregations, charities, and other institutions. Our ethical decisions also determine our career success or failure. Bestselling author, Craig E. Johnson, shows how we can develop our ethical competence, just as we develop our abilities to manage or oversee operations. Every chapter of Organizational Ethics: A Practical Approach, Third Edition provides readers with opportunities to apply ethical principles and practices in a variety of settings through self-reflection, analyses, projects, and discussion. Written in a reader-friendly style, each part of the book is layered around organizational behavior. The parts introduce moral theories used in ethical problem-solving; examines individual motivations; looks at the ethical dilemmas of groups, teams, and leaders as well as offers strategies for creating ethical cultures and promoting social responsibility. This book shows how readers can develop their ethical expertise and provides opportunities to practice problem-solving to defend their decisions.In 2001 GM first learned of problems with the ignition switch on its Chevy Cobalt, Saturn Ion, and other small cars. The switch would turn ... When this happened, the engine, power steering, and power brakes would shut down. The airbags ... In 2006 two engineers ordered a replacement for the original switch. However, they anbsp;...
|Author||:||Craig E. Johnson|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications - 2015-04-17|