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Ethics as orientation
As ethics are intrinsic to strategy and performance, the competency for ethical judgment must be integrated as part of all management skills, processes and interactions. There are no neutral decisions or actions in business. Every outcome expresses a set of values, presuming (or neglecting) some ethical commitment. In most organizations these moral dynamics are add-ons to other more pressing management priorities. But in the fast-emerging global reality these are becoming primary competencies.
Read full article | April 24, 2005
Moral imagination
Ethics in action reveal moral character and are the criteria by which integrity is recognized. Organizations set ethical norms and define operational values. However, only people exercise the discernment and discretion that go into judgment. Creating more ethical companies pivots on raising the ethical intelligence of the human person in business.
Read full article | April 11, 2005

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