Right Makes Might: Reviving Ethics to Improve Your Business

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BookPros, LLC, 2007 - Business & Economics - 75 pages
In this revealing book, the reader catches a timely glimpse of the pervasive, troubling environment overtaking the business community?lack of common sense, respect for others, and the willingness of corporations and individuals to knowingly engage in practices such as embezzlement, fraudulent misrepresentations, and cheating. Unlike many published volumes that debate, admonish, or even disregard business ethics, Gaulden explores society's need to understand the impact unethical behavior has on the business community and the financial and moral burdens it entails. She then offers a workable remedy to combat the cancer tainting our business community. The question is?can America afford not to change?

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Dorothea Gaulden, who has a PhD in Organization and Management, held numerous corporate positions, such as Vice President and Controller, North America Group Controller, and Director of Government Financial Relations.

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