Business Ethics : A Virtue Ethics and Common Good Approach.
By: Sison, Alejo José G.
Contributor(s): Ferrero, Ignacio | Guitián, Gregorio.Material type: TextPublisher: 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
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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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