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Organizational Ethics
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Organizational Ethics
A Practical Approach

Sixth Edition


January 2025 | 480 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc

 
Part One: Practicing Personal Ethics in the Organization
 
Chapter 1: Ethical Competencies and Perspectives
 
Chapter 2: Ethical Decision Making and Action
 
Chapter 3: Components of Personal Ethical Development
 
Part Two: Practicing Interpersonal Ethics in the Organization
 
Chapter 4: Ethical Interpersonal Communication
 
Chapter 5: Exercising Ethical Influence
 
Chapter 6: Ethical Conflict Management
 
Part Three: Practicing Leadership, Followership, and Group Ethics
 
Chapter 7: Leadership and Followership Ethics
 
Chapter 8: Improving Group Ethical Performance
 
Part Four: Practicing Ethics in Organizational Systems
 
Chapter 9: Building an Ethical Organization
 
Chapter 10: Managing Ethical Hot Spots in the Organization
 
Chapter 11: Promoting Inclusive, Sustainable Organizational Citizenship
 
Chapter 12: Organizational Ethics in a Global Society

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Key features
KEY FEATURES:
  • Chapter-opening learning objectives identify what students should be able to do upon completion of the reading.
  • Self-assessment questionnaires within chapters allow students to reflect on their personal values, styles, and preferences.
  • Contemporary Issues in Organizational Ethics features provide examples of current ethical issues confronting our society today with suggestions on how to navigate them.
  • Ethical Checkpoint features prompt students to pause and consider important points and questions to help them reflect on content covered.
  • Chapter Takeaways and Application Projects concluding each chapter help readers engage in further reflection, analysis, and implementation.
  • Three case studies per chapter accompanied by discussion questions expose students to current and relatable topics and stimulate critical thinking.

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