The Ethics of Management

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  • Edition: 7th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 11/1/2010
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

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It is often said that ethics is essential for leadership; Hosmer argues that leadership is also essential for ethics. The theme of The Ethics of Management, Seventh Edition, is that business firms today operate in a competitively intense, technologically complex and culturally diverse global economy. Pressures to dodge issues and cut corners are greater than ever before. The Ethics of Management by LaRue Hosmer provides a very explicit three-part framework to analyze those problems by combining economic outcomes, legal requirements and ethical principles. Students will learn how to convincingly present their moral point of view to others in order to jointly serve their companies, protect their careers, and improve their societies.

Table of Contents

Preface - The Growing Importance of Ethics in Management
The Nature of Moral Problems in Management
-Moral Analysis and Economic Outcomes
Moral Analysis and Legal Requirements
Moral Analysis and Ethical Duties
Why Should a Business Manager Be Moral?
How Can a Business Organization be Made Moral?
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