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- Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility: Books and eBooks
- 3. Corporate Social Responsibility: An Integrated Development Perspective
- Business ethics and corporate social responsibility
The purpose of this chapter is to set out clearly the relationship between established standards of conduct and behaviour, and to draw the link between conduct and behaviour and organizational and managerial performance. This link in turn is a key issue in the determination of specific corporate social values and responsibilities; and so this link is, therefore, at the core of how everyone involved conducts and discharges every obligation that they have. This is a key part of management knowledge, understanding and education; and so a key part of the drive towards the creation and agreement of a professional body of management expertise.
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility: Books and eBooks
Identify and explain the differences in terms of ethical decision making in different organizational forms, including SMEs, familyowned businesses, not-for-profit organizations and partnerships. Evaluate how ethics and responsibility in business are affected by organizational structures and cultures. Analyse the different factors that can influence the ways that individuals conceptualize ethics and make ethical choices. TOPICS The behaviours complex affecting ethical decision making Ownership and management Organizational structures Group factors affecting ethical decision making Individual factors affecting ethical decision making. Collective factors Ownership Formal structure Group norms Organizational culture Power relationships. Lower profits, small resource base, small range of customers, tactical planning, short lines of communication, quick decision making.
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3. Corporate Social Responsibility: An Integrated Development Perspective
What and who is business for? What exactly is work and how can we distinguish it from other activity? Do businesses operate along different ethical lines from individuals? This clear and accessible text introduces key philosophical concepts and ideas and applies them to fundamental issues in management and organizations. Written for business and management students with no previous knowledge of philosophy, this text will lead readers to question the basic assumptions widely made about business and management.
It is almost inconceivable that you have not used at least one of the following items today: a computer, a notebook, a tablet, a mobile phone, a video game console, a television or another electrical item. You probably did so without considering the social impact of the product upon people and natural resources, perhaps automatically, or possibly because you trust the manufacturers and retailers of these products to have made these considerations on your behalf. Unfortunately, in recent years, various incidents have brought their negative impacts to public attention, damaging trust in them and the companies that produce them. The trust placed in business organizations represents a form of social contract between businesses, customers and wider society. It is central to the successful functioning of business organizations.
Griseri, Paul and Seppala, Nina () Business ethics and corporate social responsibility. Cengage Learning. ISBN. UNSPECIFIED. Full text not available from.
Business ethics and corporate social responsibility
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