Executive Ethics: Ethical Dilemmas and Challenges for the C-suite (Google eBook)

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Scott A. Quatro, Ronald R. Sims
IAP, 2008 - Business & Economics - 312 pages
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Scott Quatro and Ronald Sims have put together an impressive group of experts that delve into theessential elements of C-suite leadership; especially, ethics-driven leadership. The book reminds usthat the "bottom line" is more complicated now. Profits are only part of the equation. The post Sarbanes-Oxley era requires more than ethics-related compliance. It calls for the creation of an ethics-driven ethos as well. This book begins the dialogue toward such an ethos. This timely volumeis unified in its collective voice, but uniquely diverse in its independent voices, as it draws on thewisdom and experiences of twenty-nine different contributors from both industry and the academy.This book will also help you understand how organizations can maximize the fun, effectiveness, and experienced meaningfulness of thepeople who work there. The fundamentals are simple and easy to understand. Unfortunately, few C-suite leaders can bring themselvesto lead consistently following these fundamentals. An ethical organizational leader must continuously remind the organization why theorganization exists, and why what it does is important. People will not work with energy, engagement, and consistency without a purposethey intensely believe is worthwhile. Leaders must continually find ways to articulate the importance of individual peoples' effortstoward that end.
  

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Contents

Crafting a Culture of Character The Role of the Executive Suite
1
Ethical Mandates for Corporate Success Critical Lessons for CSuite Executive
19
Purpose Matters
35
Profit Matters Christian Religiosity as Support for Milton Friedmans Provocative Claim
49
The Inescapability of Worldview for Business Ethics The Root of CSuite Beliefs Values and Affections
63
Humility in Leadership Abandoning the Pursuit of Unattainable Perfection
79
The Value of Values in the CSuite
97
A CSuite Challenge Preventing Ethical Breaches
123
Ethics and Corruption from the Perspective of the CFO
179
Human Resources Management as a Champion for Corporate Ethics Moving Towards Ethical Integration and Acculturation in the HR Function and ...
191
Ethics and the Chief Human Resource OfficerCHRO Challenges in the PostSarbanesOxley Act Era
215
Immigrants as NonTraditional Expatriates A Corporate Ethical Imperative foe Improved Adjustment and Integration
229
Ethics in Diversity Management Leadership
247
Job Design and Affect Ethical Implications for the CSuite
263
Rational Nonconformity with Ethical Standards in Fundraising by Nonprofit Managers
279
Afterword
293

Global Stakes Globalizations Challenges and Opportunities for Stakeholder Theory
141
Environmental Ethics Achieving Corporate Sustainability to Save the Planet
159
About the Contributors
299
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SCOTT A. QUATRO is Associate Professor of Management in the Department of Business Administration at Covenant College. A seasoned strategic human resources expert with seventeen years of combined practitioner and academic experience, he has authored or co-authored many articles and books, including Leadership: Succeeding in the Private, Public, and Not-for-Profit Sectors.

RONALD R. SIMS is the Floyd Dewey Gottwald Senior Professor in the Graduate School of Business at the College of William and Mary, where he teaches Organization Behavior, Leadership, Business Ethics, Change Management and Human Resources Management. He is the author or co-author of 20 books, among them Teaching Business Ethics for Effective Learning (Quorum Books, 2002).

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