Managing Responsibly: Alternative Approaches to Corporate Management and Governance

Managing Responsibly Alternative Approaches to Corporate Management and Governance In the wake of financial meltdown and environmental disaster employers increasingly demand that managers have an understanding of ethical decision making corporate social responsibility and values b

  • Title: Managing Responsibly: Alternative Approaches to Corporate Management and Governance
  • Author: Jane Buckingham Venkataraman Nilakant
  • ISBN: 9781283738675
  • Page: 500
  • Format: ebook
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    In the wake of financial meltdown and environmental disaster, employers increasingly demand that managers have an understanding of ethical decision making, corporate social responsibility and values based management Business ethics is therefore increasingly being taught in business schools and is a rapidly developing research topic Managing Responsibly explores the limitIn the wake of financial meltdown and environmental disaster, employers increasingly demand that managers have an understanding of ethical decision making, corporate social responsibility and values based management Business ethics is therefore increasingly being taught in business schools and is a rapidly developing research topic Managing Responsibly explores the limitations of the thinking that dominates Western corporate and business culture Contributors then draw on non Western traditions and experience to suggest workable inter cultural models to enhance organizational effectiveness in an increasingly globalised environment.With chapters written by specialists in economics, management, ethics, health sciences and history, the editors one a historian and one a management specialist ensure a truly interdisciplinary overall approach Part One highlights the acute need for less self interested approaches to management if local and global communities and the environment are to escape on going damage and exploitation Part Two draws on values from Indian and Maori traditions to propose alternatives to Western models of business ethics Part Three suggests ways of approaching the challenges of developing sustained ethical leadership in the contemporary globalised economy.This original addition to Gower s Corporate Social Responsibility Series will appeal to a wide range of teachers, researchers and higher level students of management, as well as practitioners participating in executive development programmes It will also serve the needs of those with a specialist interest in business ethics and in sustainable and responsible management.

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