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Ethical Leadership in Organizations : Concepts and Implementation

By: Bachmann, Bernhard.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2016Description: 1 online resource (211 p.).ISBN: 9783319429427.Subject(s): Business ethicsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Ethical Leadership in Organizations : Concepts and ImplementationDDC classification: 650 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Foreword by Prof Dr James F. O´Kane, Dean of The Business School, Edinburgh Napier University -- Foreword by the Author -- Contents -- List of Acronyms and Abbreviations -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Chapter 1: Business Ethics Are Not Working -- 1.1 Business Ethics and CSR Are on the Rise -- 1.2 Business Ethics Are Today´s Order Winning Criteria -- 1.3 Why Is Progress in Business Ethics so Slow? -- 1.4 Structure of the Book -- 1.5 It´s Leadership, Not Regulations and Process: Contributions to Management Science and Practice
Chapter 2: The Implementation of Business Ethics Explored: 11 ``Key Themes´´ or Building Blocks -- 2.1 Ethical Theory and Values -- 2.2 Sustainability: The ``Triple Bottom Line´´ -- 2.3 Governance: Aiming at ESG Criteria -- 2.4 Responsibility and Society: Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Citizenship -- 2.5 Globalisation: Blessing or Curse? -- 2.6 Ethical Decision Making: Values, Facts and Ethical Dilemmas -- 2.7 Ethical Stakeholder Management -- 2.8 Ethical Treatment of Employees -- 2.9 Ethical Treatment of Customers, Consumers, and Clients
2.10 Ethical Treatment of Suppliers and Ethical Sourcing -- 2.11 Ethical Treatment of Competitors -- Chapter 3: Literature Review: The Evolution of Ethical Leadership -- 3.1 Introduction: Ethical Leadership: A Neglected Approach -- 3.1.1 Foundations and Perspectives of Ethics and Morale -- 3.1.2 Foundations of Integrity and Trust, or: Why Is Noone Researching Integrity and Trust? -- 3.2 The Evolution of Ethical Leadership Concepts -- 3.3 Embedding Ethical Leadership Concepts and Processes in Organisations -- 3.3.1 Factoring in Operational Environment and Context
3.3.2 Factoring in the Role of Corporate Culture -- 3.3.3 Factoring in Real Transformational Change -- 3.3.4 Embedding Ethical Leadership by Process -- 3.3.5 Embedding Ethical Leadership by Leadership Behaviour: The Importance of Role Modelling -- 3.3.6 Embedding Ethical Leadership by Establishing an Ethical Culture -- 3.3.7 Embedding Ethical Leadership by Establishing an Ethical Climate -- 3.4 The Neglected Role of the Middle Manager: The Influence of CEOs Is Highly Overrated -- 3.5 Summary: Don´t Write Rulebooks, Lead!
3.6 Implications and Emergent Themes for the Research Agenda and the Research Questions -- Chapter 4: Research Methodology and Methods -- 4.1 Organisations Are Full of Multiple Truths -- 4.2 The Research Ethics of Researching Perceived Leadership -- 4.3 Development of Research Methods and Research Design -- 4.3.1 Concepts of Measuring Ethical Leadership -- 4.3.1.1 PLIS Instrument (Craig and Gustafson) -- 4.3.1.2 Brown and Treviño´s Ethical Leadership Scale (ELS) -- 4.3.1.3 The Corporate Ethical Virtues Model -- 4.3.1.4 The ``Integrity Thermometer´´
4.3.2 The Pilot Study and Results from the Field Tests
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Foreword by Prof Dr James F. O´Kane, Dean of The Business School, Edinburgh Napier University -- Foreword by the Author -- Contents -- List of Acronyms and Abbreviations -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Chapter 1: Business Ethics Are Not Working -- 1.1 Business Ethics and CSR Are on the Rise -- 1.2 Business Ethics Are Today´s Order Winning Criteria -- 1.3 Why Is Progress in Business Ethics so Slow? -- 1.4 Structure of the Book -- 1.5 It´s Leadership, Not Regulations and Process: Contributions to Management Science and Practice

Chapter 2: The Implementation of Business Ethics Explored: 11 ``Key Themes´´ or Building Blocks -- 2.1 Ethical Theory and Values -- 2.2 Sustainability: The ``Triple Bottom Line´´ -- 2.3 Governance: Aiming at ESG Criteria -- 2.4 Responsibility and Society: Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Citizenship -- 2.5 Globalisation: Blessing or Curse? -- 2.6 Ethical Decision Making: Values, Facts and Ethical Dilemmas -- 2.7 Ethical Stakeholder Management -- 2.8 Ethical Treatment of Employees -- 2.9 Ethical Treatment of Customers, Consumers, and Clients

2.10 Ethical Treatment of Suppliers and Ethical Sourcing -- 2.11 Ethical Treatment of Competitors -- Chapter 3: Literature Review: The Evolution of Ethical Leadership -- 3.1 Introduction: Ethical Leadership: A Neglected Approach -- 3.1.1 Foundations and Perspectives of Ethics and Morale -- 3.1.2 Foundations of Integrity and Trust, or: Why Is Noone Researching Integrity and Trust? -- 3.2 The Evolution of Ethical Leadership Concepts -- 3.3 Embedding Ethical Leadership Concepts and Processes in Organisations -- 3.3.1 Factoring in Operational Environment and Context

3.3.2 Factoring in the Role of Corporate Culture -- 3.3.3 Factoring in Real Transformational Change -- 3.3.4 Embedding Ethical Leadership by Process -- 3.3.5 Embedding Ethical Leadership by Leadership Behaviour: The Importance of Role Modelling -- 3.3.6 Embedding Ethical Leadership by Establishing an Ethical Culture -- 3.3.7 Embedding Ethical Leadership by Establishing an Ethical Climate -- 3.4 The Neglected Role of the Middle Manager: The Influence of CEOs Is Highly Overrated -- 3.5 Summary: Don´t Write Rulebooks, Lead!

3.6 Implications and Emergent Themes for the Research Agenda and the Research Questions -- Chapter 4: Research Methodology and Methods -- 4.1 Organisations Are Full of Multiple Truths -- 4.2 The Research Ethics of Researching Perceived Leadership -- 4.3 Development of Research Methods and Research Design -- 4.3.1 Concepts of Measuring Ethical Leadership -- 4.3.1.1 PLIS Instrument (Craig and Gustafson) -- 4.3.1.2 Brown and Treviño´s Ethical Leadership Scale (ELS) -- 4.3.1.3 The Corporate Ethical Virtues Model -- 4.3.1.4 The ``Integrity Thermometer´´

4.3.2 The Pilot Study and Results from the Field Tests

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Bernhard Bachmann received his Doctorate in Business Administration from Edinburgh Napier University, UK. He is an independent consultant and analyst working at Bachmann Analytics, Governance & Training GmbH, and visiting lecturer at several universities.

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