Synopses & Reviews
Even people who want to be ethical organizational managers or leaderscan find themselves accused of unethical behavior unless they have learned some practical skills, says Ladkin. She discusses payingattention, asking artful questions, developing moral perception and moral imagination, building blocks for ethical action, taking ethicalaction, navigating organizational systems ethically, ethics beyond the organization: stakeholders and intercultural contexts, andcontinuing the journey towards ethical mastery. She developed the book from a masters in business administration course.Annotation ©2015 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)
With the use of exercises, reflective prompts and case studies, Mastering the Ethical Dimension of Organizations offers a practice-based approach to developing the skills critical to responding ethically to organizational dilemmas. Engagingly and accessibly written by a leading communicator in the field, this book will be essential for postgraduate students of business, management or leadership.