Ethics in Business

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Course Description:
Considers management practice and business leadership from a personal ethical perspective. We explore how ethical concerns color, change, detract, and/or add to one's approach to life in work and other organizations, as both leader and member. The issues raised and discussed create opportunities to inquire into our own ethics and to gain insights into our own approaches to leadership and collaborative work. We consider a range of approaches people in businesses use to assure (and fail to assure) ethical business practice. Circumstances drawn from case studies and contemporary events, as well as experiences of members of the class, are used as springboards for discussions. [2]

2 Credit(s)

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