With a unique, highly practical approach to teaching business ethics, this text focuses on the relationships among various stakeholders, including individuals, groups, corporations, and governments.
The book includes an easy, step-by-step guide to implementing stakeholder analysis, tips to help students apply ethical principles in their personal and professional lives, and comprehensive coverage of employee workplace issues. It addresses highly relevant topics such as risk management, preferential hiring, corporate legitimacy, and moral accountability. The text also explores today’s increasingly interconnected global business environment with coverage of multinational corporations and important issues such as the digital divide, bribery, corruption, human rights, and the environment.
The new sixth edition incorporates the latest research, updated cases (such as WikiLeaks), and a full complement of online support for students and instructors, including teaching notes, PowerPoint slides, and sample tests.Über den Autor:
Joseph W. Weiss is Professor of Management at Bentley College, where he teaches and researches in the areas of business ethics, leadership, technology management, and organizational change management. He is a Fulbright Program Specialist and national peer reviewer for business applicants, past chair of the Academy of Management Consulting Division, and current co-chair of the HICSS (Hawaii International Conference of System Sciences) IT/Project Management track. He is the author of five books., and has consulted with Fortune 500 firms, government agencies, and startup companies.
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