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"The five volumes of this resource recognize the inherent unity between business ethics and business and society, that stems from their shared primary concern with value in commerce. This Encyclopedia spans the relationships among business, ethics, and society by including more than 800 entries that feature broad coverage of corporate social responsibility, the obligation of companies to various stakeholder groups, the contribution of business to society and culture, and the relationship between organizations and the quality of the environment."
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF 5387.O95 2010
Basic Philosophical Issues -- Competitive Markets & Corporate Responsibility -- Economic Justice & Consumer Rights -- Universal Norms & the Relativity of Moral Judgments -- The Use & Protection of Information -- Incentives & Influence -- Employee Rights & Corporate Responsibilities -- Safety, Risk & Harm -- Creating Moral Organizations
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HD59.2 .O94 2012
Charting the Landscape of Corporate Reputation Research -- Show Me the Money: A Multidimensional Perspective on Reputation as an Intangible Asset -- Keeping Score: The Challenges of Measuring Corporate Reputation -- What Does it Mean to Be Green? The Emergence of New Criteria for Assessing Corporate Reputation -- The Building Blocks of Corporate Reputation: Definitions, Antecedents, Consequences -- A Survey of the Economic Theory of Reputation: Its Logic & Limits -- Meeting Expectations: A Role-Theoretic Perspective on Reputation -- It Ain’t What You Do, it's Who You Do It With: Distinguishing Reputation & Status -- An Identity-Based View of Reputation, Image, & Legitimacy: Clarifications & Distinctions Among Related Constructs -- On Being Bad: Why Stigma is not the Same as a Bad Reputation -- Untangling Executive Reputation & Corporate Reputation: Who Made Who? -- Waving the Flag: The Influence of Country of Origin on Corporate Reputation -- Corporate Reputation & Regulation in Historical Perspective -- Industry Self-regulation as a Solution to the Reputation Commons Problem: The Case of the New York Clearing House Association -- How Regulatory Institutions Influence Corporate Reputations: A Cross-country Comparative Approach -- How Reputation Regulates Regulators: Illustrations from the Regulation of Retail Finance -- A Labor of Love? Understanding the Influence of Corporate Reputation in the Labor Market -- Does Reputation Work to Discipline Corporate misconduct? -- From the Ground Up: Building Young Firms’ Reputations -- Strategic Disclosure: Strategy as A Form of Reputation Management -- Managing Corporate Reputation Through Corporate Branding -- After the Collapse: A Behavioral Theory of Reputation Repair -- A Framework for Reputation Management Over the Course of Evolving Controversies
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF5387 .B875 2012
Part I. Toward the bright side of organization -- Ethical capital & the culture of integrity: three cases in the United Kingdom & New Zealand -- Individual ethical behavior & the influences of organizational culture -- Whistleblowing in Poland: to blow or not to blow the whistle, that is the question -- Integrity & anticorruption actions in an organizational context -- Part II. Humanistic management: the foundation for building organizational integrity -- Faith, hope, & care: integrity & poverty alleviation through enterprise -- A consulting model that clarifies core values & promotes greater organizational integrity -- Part III. Values & virtues as milestones for integrity in organization -- Managing integrity in Chinese organizations: a Confucian perspective -- Building integrity among organizations in Southeast Asia -- How could an executive MBA ethics course contribute to humanistic management? -- Part IV. Integrity priorities during & after the crisis -- Reflections on building organization integrity after radical changes: experiences of physicians in Turkish healthcare sector -- Business ethics following a financial crisis -- Improving organizational integrity through humanistic diversity management: the case of minority-majority relations in healthcare organizations & academic institutions
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF5718 .C653 2012
"This book offers an extensive toolbox of the most effective instruments for communicating social, environmental, and ethical business to a variety of stakeholders. Each chapter covers specific situations for communicating responsible business. We provide examples of social and cause-related marketing, sustainability reporting, issues-and crisis communication, the use of vision, mission statements and codes, and web-based stakeholder communication."
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF5387 .D853 2016
"Executive leaders need a framework with which to evaluate current and to create new corporate ethical management systems in their organizations. This book offers such a framework, called the Moldable Model(c), a system of consistent components that give leaders a framework and a guide to build an organization-specific corporate ethical management system (CEMS). This book teaches how to design ethical workplaces utilizing the role modeling, context, and accountability components. In a step-by-step process, the author guides the reader through the research-based components with definitions, theory, explanations, and the practical application of those components through suggested organizational activities."
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HD57.7.M3985 2015
"The book is a primary text for business courses in applied ethics and values-based decision making, or a supplemental text for courses in organizational behavior, human resources management, or related topics. It provides strategies for engaging millennials for ethical leadership in the corporate context, complemented with perspectives gleaned from students at a top-tier business school and from a diverse group of corporate executives. Directed to millennial students studying business and their managers, each chapter explores a specific area of millennial characteristics, strengths and challenges, drawing on emerging research and corporate best practices."
Call Number: UCF Main Library General Collection - 3rd Floor -- HF5387.M3345 1998
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Management and Ethics: Distant Neighbors in Theory and Research, by Marshall Schminke -- Fairness as Moral Virtue, by Robert Folger -- Multiple Stakeholder Model of Privacy in Organizations, by Dianna L. Stone, by Eugene F. Stone-Romero -- Electronic Performance Monitoring: A Consideration of Rights, by Maureen L. Ambrose, by G. Stoney Alder, by Terry W. Noel -- Employee Selection and the Ethic of Care, by Beverly Kracher, by Deborah L. Wells -- Punishment in Organizations: Descriptive and Normative Perspectives, by Linda Klebe Trevino, by Gary R. Weaver -- Building Organizational Integrity and Quality With the Four Ps: Perspectives, Paradigms, Processes, and Principles, by Joseph A. Petrick -- If Politics Is a Game, Then What Are the Rules?: Three Suggestions for Ethical Management, by Russell Cropanzano, by Alicia A. Grandey -- Interpersonal Manipulation: Its Nature and Moral Limits, by Mark A. Seabright, by Dennis J. Moberg -- Software and Hard Choices: Ethical Considerations in the Facilitation of a Sociotechnical System, by Terri L. Griffith, by Gregory B. Northcraft, by Mark A. Fuller -- Magic Punchbowl: A Nonrational Model of Ethical Management, by Marshall Schminke
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF5387 .Z255 2012
Doing what is good -- Rights, duties, & other obligations -- Ethics programs
Appendix A. Ford Motor Company's Code of basic working conditions -- Appendix B. APSC capability checklist -- Appendix C. International code of ethics for sales and marketing -- Appendix D. Universal declaration of human rights -- Appendix E. Shareholder key rights as identified by the OECD -- Sarbanes Oxley summary -- Appendix F. U.S. federal sentencing guidelines, chapter 8 -- 8B2.1 effective compliance and ethics program -- Appendix G. Johnson & Johnson credo -- Novartis commitment to human rights -- Texas Instruments ethics and value statement
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HD30.4 .S526 2017
The new paradigm: a competency model for management education -- The contemporary context of management education -- The future of corporate governance -- Redefining functions of a manager -- Goal setting and decision making -- Corporate responsibility as the avoidance of relevant inconsistencies -- Ethics in business: positive and negative practices exploring the "Rocket Singh" parable -- Promoting responsible and sustainable organizations through ethics committees -- Credit and risk assessment: CSR tools for local government, financial institutions and SMEs -- Morality and self-relevance: in search of objective moral judgment in brand transgression -- HR policy for responsibility -- Managing conflicts responsibly, listening from the heart -- Negotiation: the role of cultural sensitivity -- Sustainable management practices: sustainability or CSR? -- Responsible organizational change in the information age -- Creating value for society, the role of social entrepreneurship
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HD60 .M336 2013
Education for responsibility, what it is & why it is important -- Designing & implementing a full course in educating for responsibility -- Learning outcomes & examples of engagement -- The broader context of educating for responsibility -- Appendix I. Sample assignment outlines -- Appendix II. Sample feedback documents -- Appendix III. Sample written & visual resources
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF5387 .A448 2015
"This book proposes a bottom-up approach that starts from an analysis of sales activities to build a business style that, if adopted by an entire organization, can make a difference, thus enhancing the company's success. Italian culture provides a backdrop to the book; the authors reinterpret the particular nature of the country's economic and social fabric and integrate this in an approach to business that can create authentic relationships, shared prosperity, and quality of life across other cultures. Sale Ethics stimulates the development of a self-entrepreneurial mindset that is useful in any field, and provides a simple and effective method of capitalizing on your own talents while respecting others and at the same time garnering the rewards of ethical behavior."
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF1106 .S727 2013
Part I. Teaching anti-corruption, a worldwide kaleidoscope -- Alleviating the malady of low ethical awareness, using PRME as a tonic lesson from Europe -- Promoting ethical behavior in India: an examination of the giving voice to values (GVV) approach -- Business ethics education in Brazil: pedagogical solutions for combating corruption in Brazil -- Business schools as agents of change: addressing systemic corruption in the Arab world -- Part II. Ensuring dignity thought business ethics education -- Empowering learners to behave ethically: how learners can find their way to treat others with dignity? -- Learner autonomy, moral agency & ancient virtues: a curative constellation for the treatment of corruption in modern workplaces -- Integrating anti-corruption teaching & research in management education: a framework for giving voice to values (GVV) based approach -- Part III. Anti-corruption teaching across curriculum and beyond -- The cultural dimensions of corruption: integrating national cultural differences in the teaching of anti-corruption in public service management sector -- Understanding & reducing business corruption through movies & World Wide Web videos -- Applying a religious lens to ethical decision-making: my ten commandments of character for the workplace exercise -- Part IV. Teaching anti-corruption effectively -- Testing the effectiveness of innovative teaching tools to train anti-corruption students
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF5387 .O398 2015
Module 1. Making decisions -- Teaching ethics in business policy (strategy) courses -- Ethical foundations for organizational decision making at the operational & strategic levels -- Ethics & agency theory in management -- Module 2. Money matters -- Embedding ethics & social responsibility in management accounting courses -- Ethical dimensions in the teaching of economics & the tradition of critical political economy -- Module 3. On the shop floor -- Teaching ethics in operations management -- Teaching ethics in supply chain management -- Teaching ethics in decision making: embedding moral reasoning in the management of information systems -- Module 4. Selling the product -- Embedding ethical issues in marketing management classes: an instructor's guide -- Incorporating ethics in teaching consumer behavior: an educational strategy based on principles for responsible management education -- Module 5. People management & soft skills -- Teaching ethics in human resources management -- Teaching ethics in career management -- Ethics in negotiation -- Ethics in managing corporate power & politics -- Ethical dimensions of community & investor relations communication & governance for sustainable management -- Future of ethics education in management curricula
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF5387 .O398 2016
Module 1. Raise the pillars -- Building ethics as a foundational principle across an integrated undergraduate curriculum -- Teaching ethics to grown-ups: coherent narratives -- Enabling & embedding the oath project into student learning & ethical career pathways -- Ethics educators in generation Y classrooms -- Module 2. Mind the people -- Socially responsible human resource policies -- Team building -- An ethical approach to teaching organizational change management -- Module 3. The how matters -- Using safety to introduce ethics into operations management courses -- Ethics in marketing communications: emerging issues in digital media -- Teaching ethics in business law courses
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF5387 .O398 2016
Module 1. Setting out -- Incorporating ethics into entrepreneurship & business enterprise education -- Doing good is good business: embedding ethics in teaching entrepreneurship & business -- Module 2. Looking to the numbers -- Using codes of conduct to integrate ethics education in the accounting curriculum -- Teaching ethics in corporate finance courses -- Lies, damned lies? Ethics in business statistics -- Teaching ethics in finance curricula: personal & institutional virtues in financial markets -- Embedding ethics in teaching investment management: understanding socially responsible investing -- Module 3. Going global -- Ethical considerations in international recruitment using branding strategies -- Teaching ethics in the international business -- Teaching ethics & compliance in international business courses