“Looking for a deeply reflected and applicable textbook for in-class use in business ethics? Here it is. The best textbook I’ve ever found is the Stanwicks’ masterpiece. Your students will love it.”
“Great textbook, with relevant cases from the real world.”
“Excellent book with proper framing and interesting analyzes in various areas/fields, with special emphasis on practical cases.”
Understanding Business Ethics has sound principles that is a good fit for an undergraduate ethics course. The companion materials also add breadth to my instruction.
This is an excellent book, well structured and clear content, whit a very practical approach on business and a lot of examples.
This text provides a comprehensive overview of Business Ethics with a firm grounding in the various ethical approaches.
I did adopt this text for 2016 - 2017 but I am not finding it what I need. I had used Johnson, C. Managing Ethical Challenges of Leadership in the past and believe that was a better fit with my course. I just requested the text by Johnson on Organizational Ethics and hope to use that in 2017 - 2018.
I am using this text this semester. It works well, but I still find that I need to supplement it with more "meaty" materials on financial, marketing, and human capital management. I have also found that the portion of Chapter 11 on global ethics was mainly geared toward social and environmental ethical issues. I needed more on corruption, bribery and negotiation with companies from different cultures.
New chapters & case studies are good additions.