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Business Ethics : A Virtue Ethics and Common Good Approach.

By: Sison, Alejo José G.
Contributor(s): Ferrero, Ignacio | Guitián, Gregorio.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Milton : Routledge, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (233 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781315277844.Subject(s): Business ethicsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Business Ethics : A Virtue Ethics and Common Good ApproachDDC classification: 174/.4 Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of illustrations -- List of abbreviations -- Notes on contributors -- Foreword: why business needs virtue -- Editorial preface -- 1 Virtues and the common good in business -- 1. Sources for virtue ethics in business -- 2. Wells Fargo: not all that glitters is gold -- 2 Virtues and the common good in leadership -- 1. The nature of virtuous leadership -- 2. Virtuous leadership in Aristotle -- 3. Virtuous leadership in MacIntyre -- 4. Virtuous leadership in Catholic Social Teaching -- 5. The virtues leaders need to practice -- 6. Integrating notions of human dignity and the common good into a framework for virtuous leadership -- 7. Volkswagen, the fallen idol -- 3 Virtues and the common good in finance -- 1. Aristotle and the search for a context and limits in finance -- 2. MacIntyre on financial practices and the lives and traditions of financiers -- 3. Catholic Social Teaching on finance -- 4. Stelac advisory services and the renewal of financial culture -- 4 Virtues and the common good in production -- 1. An Aristotelian view of production and its contribution to human flourishing -- 2. Modern production and MacIntyre's critique -- 3. Catholic Social Teaching on production -- 4. Adelante Shoe Co. and the promotion of artisanry -- 5 Virtues and the common good in marketing -- 1. An Aristotelian view of marketing and its contribution to human flourishing (eudaimonia) -- 2. Cultivating virtues in marketing: practices, lives and the traditions of marketers -- 3. Catholic Social Teaching on marketing -- 4. Primark: the hidden costs of low prices -- 6 Virtues and the common good in human resource management -- 1. Elements and conditions of virtuous work.
2. MacIntyre: excellence over effectiveness and intrinsic motivation over extrinsic motivation. "Meaningful work" and "engaging work" -- 3. Catholic Social Teaching: an organizational culture or corporate ethos supportive of virtuous work -- 4. Innobe aims for the big league -- 7 Virtues and common good in corporate legal practice -- 1. The common good and the purpose of law and ethics -- 2. Aristotelian perspectives into the legal function -- 3. MacIntyre and the law in the corporation -- 4. The legal function through the lens of Catholic Social Teaching -- 5. Experiences from the Nigerian Bar Association -- 8 Practical wisdom in corporate governance -- 1. Aristotle on practical wisdom (phronesis) and its counterfeit (panourgia) -- 2. Practical wisdom and the common good of the firm from the Catholic Social Teaching perspective -- 3. A MacIntyrean account of corporate governance -- 4. The recovery of practical wisdom in corporate governance and the "institutionalization" of virtue -- 5. Producing scoops of pure goodness at Ben & Jerry's Unilever -- 9 Confucian traditions in virtue ethics -- 1. Confucians on the hierarchy of goods -- 2. Applying Confucian concepts to a Chinese NGO -- 3. Confucianism on the virtues of ritual -- 4. Manuel and the Ouro casino-hotel in Macau -- Index.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of illustrations -- List of abbreviations -- Notes on contributors -- Foreword: why business needs virtue -- Editorial preface -- 1 Virtues and the common good in business -- 1. Sources for virtue ethics in business -- 2. Wells Fargo: not all that glitters is gold -- 2 Virtues and the common good in leadership -- 1. The nature of virtuous leadership -- 2. Virtuous leadership in Aristotle -- 3. Virtuous leadership in MacIntyre -- 4. Virtuous leadership in Catholic Social Teaching -- 5. The virtues leaders need to practice -- 6. Integrating notions of human dignity and the common good into a framework for virtuous leadership -- 7. Volkswagen, the fallen idol -- 3 Virtues and the common good in finance -- 1. Aristotle and the search for a context and limits in finance -- 2. MacIntyre on financial practices and the lives and traditions of financiers -- 3. Catholic Social Teaching on finance -- 4. Stelac advisory services and the renewal of financial culture -- 4 Virtues and the common good in production -- 1. An Aristotelian view of production and its contribution to human flourishing -- 2. Modern production and MacIntyre's critique -- 3. Catholic Social Teaching on production -- 4. Adelante Shoe Co. and the promotion of artisanry -- 5 Virtues and the common good in marketing -- 1. An Aristotelian view of marketing and its contribution to human flourishing (eudaimonia) -- 2. Cultivating virtues in marketing: practices, lives and the traditions of marketers -- 3. Catholic Social Teaching on marketing -- 4. Primark: the hidden costs of low prices -- 6 Virtues and the common good in human resource management -- 1. Elements and conditions of virtuous work.

2. MacIntyre: excellence over effectiveness and intrinsic motivation over extrinsic motivation. "Meaningful work" and "engaging work" -- 3. Catholic Social Teaching: an organizational culture or corporate ethos supportive of virtuous work -- 4. Innobe aims for the big league -- 7 Virtues and common good in corporate legal practice -- 1. The common good and the purpose of law and ethics -- 2. Aristotelian perspectives into the legal function -- 3. MacIntyre and the law in the corporation -- 4. The legal function through the lens of Catholic Social Teaching -- 5. Experiences from the Nigerian Bar Association -- 8 Practical wisdom in corporate governance -- 1. Aristotle on practical wisdom (phronesis) and its counterfeit (panourgia) -- 2. Practical wisdom and the common good of the firm from the Catholic Social Teaching perspective -- 3. A MacIntyrean account of corporate governance -- 4. The recovery of practical wisdom in corporate governance and the "institutionalization" of virtue -- 5. Producing scoops of pure goodness at Ben & Jerry's Unilever -- 9 Confucian traditions in virtue ethics -- 1. Confucians on the hierarchy of goods -- 2. Applying Confucian concepts to a Chinese NGO -- 3. Confucianism on the virtues of ritual -- 4. Manuel and the Ouro casino-hotel in Macau -- Index.

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<p>Alejo José G. Sison is Professor (School of Economics and Business, University of Navarra) and former president of the European Business Ethics Network (EBEN) (2009-2012). He is Section Editor at the Journal of Business Ethics and editorial board member of Business Ethics Quarterly .</p> <p> Ignacio Ferrero is Professor of Business Ethics (School of Economics and Business, University of Navarra) and Visiting Scholar at Bentley, Harvard and Notre Dame University. He is co-founder of the research group on virtue ethics in business and management.</p> <p> Gregorio Guitián is Associate Professor of Moral Theology (School of Theology, University of Navarra). He has published several books and articles on Catholic Social Teaching in international journals. His research interest includes Catholic Social Teaching on economic issues. He is Associate Editor of the journal Scripta Theologica .</p>

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