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Ethics Incorporated

Ethics Incorporated
Top Priority and Bottom Line

First Edition
  • Dipankar Gupta - Centre for Public Affairs and Critical Theory / Shiv Nadar University, India

June 2015 | 216 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
The book details the pressures of contemporary competition that make it imperative for organizations to follow ethical business practices. Dipankar Gupta illustrates how ethical business practices are good for the bottom line because they contribute to higher productivity and better risk management by introducing greater commitment and synergies between stakeholders. This book shows, step by step, how a clear focus on Business Ethics at top management levels brings about more competitiveness, creativity, cohesion and direction in corporate practices. The author couples his strong plea for Business Ethics with easy to follow guidelines on to how to put them into practice.

The book also explains how closely Business Ethics is linked to contemporary corporate leadership where team work and participation replace surveillance and fear. Dipankar Gupta illustrates how Business Ethics can help top management to build an ethical and transparent organization such that the risk of the single bad apple can be pre-empted.
Preface to the Revised Edition
Getting It Right: What Is Business Ethics and What It Is Not
How to Make It Work: Putting Business Ethics in Place
Step by Step: Guidelines for Business Ethics in Practice
Towards Sustainability: Ethics driven Corporate Social Responsibility
For an Ethics Game Plan: Playing It Safe and Playing to Win
In Times of Trouble: Recognizing Red Flags
Walking the Talk: A Little Ethics Is a Dangerous Thing
Vendor Monitoring and Compliance: A New Dimension of Business Ethics
Globalization and the Paradigm Shift: From Production to Consumption

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ISBN: 9788178296852