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Entries in Ethics (162)

Wednesday
Apr242019

What characteristics do the World’s Most Ethical Companies have in common?

The first volume of the 2019 World’s Most Ethical Companies Insights Report series launched this week uses data obtained from the honoree companies to assess their programs and create industry benchmarks.

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Thursday
Feb142019

Who's to blame? The bad apple or the barrel?

According to the recently published EY Global Fraud Survey 2018, only 22 percent of respondents said that integrity is an individual responsibility. The remainder believe the primary responsibility for ensuring integrity sits with other groups in the organization including management (41 percent), the board (15 percent), HR (11 percent) and legal & compliance (9 percent).

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Friday
Jan182019

How to find and fix behavioral ‘hot spots’

Some pioneering economists and psychologists have taken a closer look at how people behave -- and the choices they make, such as in the workplace, to create a body of work called behavioral economics.

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Monday
Aug062018

The ethics of the A-bomb

Seventy-three years ago today, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima.

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Friday
Apr272018

Guendalina Dondé: But why do some people do good things?

Forget the idea that human beings are perfectly rational. People do not always make consistent decisions based on strict logic or narrow self-interest. Human behavior is complex and emotions and intuition have a significant role to play in individual decision-making.

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Wednesday
Apr252018

Alison Taylor: Compliance could be perfect if it didn't involve people

For the last several years, academic attention has converged on questions of behavioral ethics, and the findings are robust and sophisticated.

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Friday
May122017

Nichols and Dowden: Improving Ethical Culture by Measuring Stakeholder Trust

Fostering strong ethical cultures within business firms could be the most effective and durable means of controlling the payment of bribes by firms. Creating a strong ethical culture is difficult, but measuring and maximizing stakeholder trust may overcome that difficulty.

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Friday
Apr282017

Barbara Brooks Kimmel: How does your company measure integrity?

Hardly a week passes without at least one corporate crisis in the news, often with unpredictable and long-term negative consequences, impacting not only the organization’s reputation, but also all its internal and external stakeholders. 

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Tuesday
Apr042017

Barbara Brooks Kimmel: When There’s No Budget for Trust….

When a company doesn't budget for organizational trust, how can it be elevated?

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Thursday
Oct202016

Barbara Brooks Kimmel: The Ethics of Higher Education

A recent report highlights issues of ethics and trust in America’s college admissions process.

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Thursday
Sep082016

Richard Bistrong: How, then, should we measure success?

Clayton Christensen gave a speech that later became a best-selling book called How Will You Measure Your Life. He talked about former Harvard Business School classmates who “didn’t keep the purpose of their lives front and center as they decided how to spend their time, talents, and energy.”

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Tuesday
Jun072016

Julie DiMauro: Best practices for today's CCO

Let's start this discussion with: Know the business.

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