Business ethics hartman 3rd edition
Business Ethics: Decision Making for Personal Integrity and Social Responsibility by Joseph R. DesJardinsHartman/DesJardins is designed to prepare the student to apply an ethical decision-making model, not only in this ethics course but throughout her or his business discipline. This model teaches students ethical skills, vocabulary, and tools to apply in everyday business decisions and throughout their business courses. The authors speak in a sophisticated yet accessible manner while teaching the fundamentals of business ethics. Hartmans professional background in law and her teaching experience in the business curriculum, combined with DesJardins background in philosophy, results in a broad language, ideal for this approach and market. The authors goal is to engage the student by focusing on cases and business scenarios that students already find interesting. Students are then asked to look at the issues from an ethical perspective. Additionally, its focus on AACSB requirements makes it a comprehensive business ethics text for business school courses. The goal for the second edition remains the same as for the first: to provide a comprehensive yet accessible introduction to the ethical issues arising in business. Hartman and DesJardins have retained the focus on decision-making as well as the emphasis on both personal and policy-level perspectives on ethics. This edition continues to provide pedagogical support throughout the text. The most noticeable changes involve a thorough updating of distinct items such as Reality Checks, Decision Points, and readings to reflect new cases, examples and data.
Business Ethics: Decision Making for Personal Integrity & Social Responsibility
The first step in making decisions that are ethically responsible is to consider all of the people affected by a decision, the people often called stakeholders. There is a role for science and theoretical reason in any study of ethics. A person who acts in a way that is based upon a careful consideration of the facts has acted in a more ethically responsible way than a person who acts without deliberation. In the ethical decision-making process, the issue identification step always follows the fact gathering step. A second step in responsible ethical decision making requires the ability to recognize a decision or issue as an ethical decision or ethical issue.
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