by Jessica B.
I would define business ethics as the proper way operate in a business. The way that the business needs to be run needs to be in accordance with the law. The business needs needs to have a mission and vision statement. The policy statements should be followed by the employees as well as the management.
Law vs culture
I agree with your definitions, Jessica. What I would add is that the letter of the law is usually behind behaviour, so it is the spirit behind the law that should permeate the culture of the business. Enron was run according to the law but still exploded in spectacular style. That, incidentally, is the subject of a major case study available here: Enron Case Study.
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Oct 08, 2015
by: Dennis Davis
Asking questions are in fact nice thing if you are not understanding anything fully, however this article gives nice understanding even.
Aug 27, 2015
Corporate governance is not easy to implement in business point of view and that point you have told in your different articles. To become successful business man must did work hard and a lot of research also required for it. As a student of business administration i got a lot information which new for me and such content i don’t read in my books which is big proof of your uniqueness.