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The Week in Ethics: Women Leaders Galvanize Detroit Around Justice

When things fall apart for lack of human and financial resources, becoming overwhelming, the key that enables leaders to transform the impossible to solvable is a compelling sense of greater purpose that is shared. 347 more words


The Greatest Risk to Every Organization Is...

ISO 9001:2015 is said to incorporate the idea of “risk-based thinking” throughout. But is this going to make companies function more effectively? Is the application of ISO 9001 going to ensure better governance? 584 more words

Risk Management


(I don’t think we’ve fully entered into what historians will call the “21st”  century — it does not yet appear what the full consequences of the 20th century are.  466 more words

2015 Issues

Your Career and You: “You Can’t ‘Buy’ Ethics”

I’m doubling up on my posts about public relations and ethics this month. September is “Ethics Month” for the Public Relations Society of America, and we devote a lot of energy to educating/ reminding public relations professionals about the responsibility that sits on their shoulders when it comes to ethical practice. 419 more words

Curry College

More luxury giants remake themselves as 'ethical' fashion houses

By Harriet Quick, Wallpaper

Few things can bring on dismissive eye-rolling in a sophisticated consumer like a luxury-goods giant talking about social responsibility and sustainable production. 2,341 more words


The Week in Ethics: The Way Forward from Public Shaming

Students in a middle school painted words important to them on rocks placed under a tree. “Patience,” “courage,” “strength,” and “peace” were scattered under the limbs. 713 more words

Ethical Behavior

Why good people do bad things

Honest behavior is much like sticking to a diet. When facing an ethical dilemma, being aware of the temptation before it happens and thinking about the long-term consequences of misbehaving could help more people do the right thing, according to a new study. 496 more words