Managing risks for corporate integrity: how to survive an ethical misconduct disaster
Thomson/South-Western, 2006 - Business & Economics - 301 pages
Ethical misconduct can prove disastrous for individuals and companies, as recent headlines have shown. Waves of scandals have thrown corporate America into an unprecedented ethics crisis, leaving no industry immune. But this breakthrough new book delivers powerful insight into dealing with -- and preventing -- ethical disasters. THE VALUE OF A CORPORATE ETHICAL DISASTER helps readers identify, illustrate, and define the business problem of ethical misconduct as it lays out a practical a guide to develop plans to prevent, mitigate, cope with, respond to, and survive ethical disasters in organizations across industry. It also illustrates how the process of ethical disaster recovery planning involves an assessment of an organization's values, development of an ethics program, an ethics audit, and the ability to create contingency plans for potential ethical dilemmas. With its comprehensive plan for coping with ethical crises, this book is a must read for every business leader.
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