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Pay packages for CEOs of U.S.-based companies continue out of control, writes columnist Gael O’Brien, with boards often succumbing to “fear-based” compensation practices that undermine the potential for collaborative leadership and sustainability. She notes new research which disputes conventional wisdom that CEOs can easily move to the next company if not paid well. “Tackling excessive CEO...
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The Pioneering Organization in Applied Global Business Ethics Welcome to the International Business Ethics Institute, the first organization dedica. Welcome to the International Business Ethics Institute, the first organization dedicated to transnationalism in the field of applied business ethics, and specializing in global ethics training. Since 1994 the Institute has pioneered the most...
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The Council for Ethical Leadership at Capital University's mission is to promote ethical leadership and accountability through advocacy of best ethical practices and applied ethics education. This mission will be accomplished through 1) encouraging ethical dialogue, 2) promoting best ethical...
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Emmas, values, and decision-making in the world of commerce. This website is an independent, non-affiliated source of information, authored and administered by business ethics scholar,. Hansmann's The Ownership of Enterprise is absolutely essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the...
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The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) is pleased to announce the launch of its Student Ethical Leadership Certification Program. Regarded as the first of its kind, the program is designed to creatively teach ethical leadership to students on college campuses across the country. The program...
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Welcome to 2016, and to Volume 4 of the Business Ethics Journal Review. Volume 4 signals that we are now in our 4th year of publication. The fact that our experiment in shaking up academic business ethics publication is still running at this point is encouraging, in an era in which online publishing still hasn’t entirely taken hold in academia. 2015 saw a number of exciting events for BEJR. In...
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National Ethics Association is committed to helping businesses service their customers with Transparency and Trust. We’re in a new reputation economy, based on transparency and trust. To succeed, business owners need to share more information with prospects. And consumers must do more research before buying. National Ethics Association (NEA) facilitates this process. We bring companies and...
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Business needs to be both responsible and financially successful to create lasting value for stakeholders. Ethics-LX online learning solutions combine cutting edge academic content with real-world based scenarios that develop core business skills integrated seamlessly with ethics.
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The world went crazy when this picture of peeled-but-packaged oranges surfaced on the internet this week. See the criticism below. >>> LINK: Whole Foods’ Pre-Peeled Oranges Are the Ultimate in Bourgeois Laziness (by Daniela Galarza for Eater.com) The short version: many many. The markers of scientific knowledge are predictability and replicability. If you possess scientific knowledge about a...
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Business ethics and integrity are important to all parties dealing with the business. Employees will know that they will be paid on time, creditors will be confident of being paid, government authorities will be aware that the business respects authority, all parties transacting business with the organisation will tend to be more cooperative and helpful. In addition the business is likely to be...
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Nominations for the Awards Program may be submitted by any customer, client, employee, consultant, vendor or private citizen who is impressed with a company’s ethics program and demonstration of its practices. Your business can participate in this prestigious program through Sponsorship Opportunities, which provide visibility and recognition for your company's commitment to sound business...
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A blog about Business Ethics by Chris MacDonald, Ph.D. (by Chris MacDonald). Just what are corporate boards obligated to know? More precisely, what lengths are they obligated to go to in order to get to know the things they ought to know? The topic came to mind when I read today’s story about how the salary of the CEO of Canada’s biggest banks, RBC, had gone up 44 per cent to $10.9 million...
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Institute for Global Ethics is available to help you and your organization become the ethical environment you are pursuing. Call today. At the Institute for Global Ethics, we believe that individuals and organizations will falter if they simply limit the handling of moral issues to after-business hours or weekend retreats. Ethics is everywhere and truly matters on every level and every...
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The object of sports is artificial. Sinking a ball into a basket or covering a course as fast as possible would be better achieved with a ladder or motorcycle. Games and sports establish an artificial and conventional task aimed at providing an outlet for competitive desires, improving teamwork, sharpening skills, and physical well-being. How does stealing bases in baseball fit into this? Read...
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Because they live in an economic bubble. They literally don’t know anyone who makes less than $250,000 a year. And that means, they don’t know anyone who has to work three jobs. They don’t know anyone with a terminal degree doing adjunct work making an average of $22,500 a year. They have never met someone who works a job where their schedule is created by a computer for the company’s...
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On EthicalBusinessBureau.com, you can avail all the benefits offered by us. You can search for the reliable and trustworthy organizations, to shop online. Take our assistance in solving the disputes with any organization. The grievances pertaining to the consumer and business transaction of goods or services, the complaints regarding the faulty sale, product warranty and/or wrong advertising of...
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A professor emeritus at Rosemont College, he has taught at The Wharton School, The University of Virginia, Pennsylvania State University, and St. John’s University. He is a senior fellow at the Olson Center of the University of Virginia, and a senior fellow at the Pedro Arrupe Center for Business Ethics as St. Joseph’s University. He held the Charles Lamont Post Chair of Ethics and the...
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