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The Ethical Contribution of Organizations to Society.

By: Schwartz, Michael.
Contributor(s): Harris, Howard | Comer, Debra.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations: Publisher: Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2015Description: 1 online resource (219 p.).ISBN: 9781785604461.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Ethical Contribution of Organizations to SocietyDDC classification: 174.4 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- The Ethical Contribution of Organizations to Society -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Introduction -- References -- Conceptualizing Personal and Institutional Integrity: The Comprehensive Integrity Framework -- Introduction -- Basic Terms and Concepts -- 'Claimed Values' -- Comprehensive Integrity -- Consistency-Integrity -- Coherence-Integrity -- Context-Integrity -- Personal Integrity -- Consistency-Integrity for Individuals -- Coherence-Integrity for Individuals -- Values-Coherence -- Willpower -- Reflection -- Sincerity -- Morality -- Summation
Context-Integrity for Individuals -- Compartmentalization -- Rationalization -- Single-Minded Workaholic -- The Morally Torn -- Reflective Role-Endorsement -- Contingency -- Institutional Integrity -- 'Claimed Values' for Institutions: The 'Public Institutional Justification' (PIJ) -- Consistency-Integrity for Institutions -- Coherence-Integrity for Institutions -- Context-Integrity for Institutions -- Nested Institutions -- Other Relations -- Integrity System -- Contingency -- Scope and the Comprehensive Integrity Framework -- Differences and Reflections
Individuals have 'Claimed Values', but Institutions Need a 'PIJ' -- Why isn't Coherence-Integrity a Focus for Institutions? -- Claimed Values and the PIJ Differ from 'Members Values' for Institutions -- Corruption and Abuse of Power Strikes at the Heart of Both Personal and Institutional Integrity -- Tensions between Institutional and Personal Integrity -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- The Importance of the Ethics of Governance Regime for the Corporation and the Connection to Corporate Governance Practice -- Introduction -- Ethics of Governance and Board Effectiveness
Theoretical Perspectives on Corporate Governance Relationships -- Ethics of Governance and Important Structural Corporate Governance Choices -- Discussion -- Future Research -- Conclusion -- References -- Rethinking Peter Drucker's 'Prussian Army' -- Introduction -- Military Service -- The Experience of Military Training -- Company C -- Mutual Loyalty and the Ability to Fight -- References -- A Moral Argument for Benefit Corporations as an Alternative to Government Social Services -- Introduction -- Current Methods of Providing Welfare Services
Benefit Corporations and Their Economics Advantages -- Catholic Social Teaching -- Catholic Social Teaching and Benefit Corporations -- Papal Encyclicals and the Benefit Corporation -- Leo XIII and Rerum Novorum -- John Paul II and Centesimus Annus -- Benedict XVI and Francis -- Benedict XVI as the Patron of Benefit Corporations -- Summary and Conclusion -- References -- Ethics across the Organisational Spectrum -- Veterinarians and your pet -- Pharmacies -- The Media and Journalists -- Engineering -- Medicine -- Business Organisations -- Nursing -- Political Organisations -- Marketing
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Summary: Papers in this volume of Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations discuss what an organization provides to society and explains the ethical aspects of that contribution. The volume also explores the ethics of the customer's response in society to what an organization provides, including product boycotts and social approval or condemnation.
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Front Cover -- The Ethical Contribution of Organizations to Society -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Introduction -- References -- Conceptualizing Personal and Institutional Integrity: The Comprehensive Integrity Framework -- Introduction -- Basic Terms and Concepts -- 'Claimed Values' -- Comprehensive Integrity -- Consistency-Integrity -- Coherence-Integrity -- Context-Integrity -- Personal Integrity -- Consistency-Integrity for Individuals -- Coherence-Integrity for Individuals -- Values-Coherence -- Willpower -- Reflection -- Sincerity -- Morality -- Summation

Context-Integrity for Individuals -- Compartmentalization -- Rationalization -- Single-Minded Workaholic -- The Morally Torn -- Reflective Role-Endorsement -- Contingency -- Institutional Integrity -- 'Claimed Values' for Institutions: The 'Public Institutional Justification' (PIJ) -- Consistency-Integrity for Institutions -- Coherence-Integrity for Institutions -- Context-Integrity for Institutions -- Nested Institutions -- Other Relations -- Integrity System -- Contingency -- Scope and the Comprehensive Integrity Framework -- Differences and Reflections

Individuals have 'Claimed Values', but Institutions Need a 'PIJ' -- Why isn't Coherence-Integrity a Focus for Institutions? -- Claimed Values and the PIJ Differ from 'Members Values' for Institutions -- Corruption and Abuse of Power Strikes at the Heart of Both Personal and Institutional Integrity -- Tensions between Institutional and Personal Integrity -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- The Importance of the Ethics of Governance Regime for the Corporation and the Connection to Corporate Governance Practice -- Introduction -- Ethics of Governance and Board Effectiveness

Theoretical Perspectives on Corporate Governance Relationships -- Ethics of Governance and Important Structural Corporate Governance Choices -- Discussion -- Future Research -- Conclusion -- References -- Rethinking Peter Drucker's 'Prussian Army' -- Introduction -- Military Service -- The Experience of Military Training -- Company C -- Mutual Loyalty and the Ability to Fight -- References -- A Moral Argument for Benefit Corporations as an Alternative to Government Social Services -- Introduction -- Current Methods of Providing Welfare Services

Benefit Corporations and Their Economics Advantages -- Catholic Social Teaching -- Catholic Social Teaching and Benefit Corporations -- Papal Encyclicals and the Benefit Corporation -- Leo XIII and Rerum Novorum -- John Paul II and Centesimus Annus -- Benedict XVI and Francis -- Benedict XVI as the Patron of Benefit Corporations -- Summary and Conclusion -- References -- Ethics across the Organisational Spectrum -- Veterinarians and your pet -- Pharmacies -- The Media and Journalists -- Engineering -- Medicine -- Business Organisations -- Nursing -- Political Organisations -- Marketing

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Papers in this volume of Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations discuss what an organization provides to society and explains the ethical aspects of that contribution. The volume also explores the ethics of the customer's response in society to what an organization provides, including product boycotts and social approval or condemnation.

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