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Business Ethics : A Stakeholder and Issues Management Approach
ISBN13:by Weiss, Joseph W.
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Ethical decisions can be complicated, but ethics class doesn't have to be! BUSINESS ETHICS: STAKEHOLDER AND ISSUES MANAGEMENT APPROACH, Fifth Edition, helps students "get involved and be prepared, because ethics is everybody's business." This easy-to-follow guide addresses business ethics in a way you can understand. By using interesting, current, real-world examples and focusing on stakeholders, this textbook can help you outline your personal business ethics for years to come, giving you the practical tools you need to handle moral dilemmas in the workplace and the world.
Table of Contents
|Business Ethics, the Changing Environment, and Stakeholder Management. Case|
|Stakeholder and Issues Management Approaches. Case|
|Mattel Toy Recall. Case|
|Ethical Principles, Quick Tests, and Decision-Making Guidelines. Case|
|Sam Waksal and Imclone. Case|
|Aaron Feuerstein and Malden Mills. Case|
|Jerome Kerviel: Rogue Trader or Misguided Employee? Case|
|Seeking Two Kinds of Green: Richard Branson's Ventures in Biofuel. Case|
|The Corporation and External Stakeholders: Corporate Governance in a "Free Market." Case|
|Who Killed the Electric Car? Case|
|Stakeholder Responsibilities of Corporations in the Marketplace. Case|
|Facebook's Beacon. Case|
|The Corporation and Internal Stakeholders: Values-Based Moral Leadership, Culture, Strategy, and Self-Regulation. Case|
|Commitments to Sustainability in the Oil and Gas Industry. Case|
|What's Written vs. What's Reality|
|Employee Stakeholders and the Corporation. Case|
|Wal-Mart: Ongoing Changes with Gender Discrimination. Case|
|Don't Ask, Don't Tell. Case|
|Women on Wall Street|
|Stakeholder Management and Multinational Corporations in the Global Environment. Case|
|China, India, and Wal-Mart. Case|
|Google in China. Case|
|Sweatshops: Are Companies Willing to Solve the Problem?|
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