|Craig E. Johnson||George Fox University|
|© 2007||368 pages||SAGE Publications, Inc|
|Complimentary Review Copy|
"Blending theory and practice, this innovative interdisciplinary text equips students to act as ethical change agents, who improve the moral performance of their work organizations."
—ABSTRACTS OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, DEVELOPMENT, AND ENVIRONMENT
"The book maintains its down-to-earth quality throughout -describing theories/concepts, presenting research data, identifying key ongoing relationships with stakeholders where organizations need to respond to changing ethical conditions."
Written in a reader-friendly style, the book is structured around levels of organizational behavior. Author Craig E. Johnson examines ethics in not just corporations but all types of workplace organizations, including nonprofit, government, military, and educational entities.
This is an ideal core textbook for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in Business Ethics and for related courses, such as Management Ethics, Workplace Ethics, Organizational Ethics, Ethics in Public Administration, and Communication Ethics.