Ethics at Work: Dilemmas of the Near Future and How Your Organization Can Solve Them

Ethics at Work: Dilemmas of the Near Future and How Your Organization Can Solve Them

by Kris Østergaard (Editor)
Ethics at Work: Dilemmas of the Near Future and How Your Organization Can Solve Them

Ethics at Work: Dilemmas of the Near Future and How Your Organization Can Solve Them

by Kris Østergaard (Editor)

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Overview

The accelerating pace of technological development combined with the massive challenges that humankind faces make ethics evermore important. If we do not stop to think about what is fundamentally important and act accordingly, then we might find ourselves in a world that we do not wish for.

Being an ethical company is fast becoming a business advantage but soon it will be a hygiene factor. I.e. you will not be rewarded for being an ethical company, but you will be punished if you are not. However, organizations lack a deep understanding of how to act ethically in a business context, they do not have a language to discuss it and they do not have the tools to develop ethical principles and operationalize them to ensure their businesses becomes part of the solution rather than part of the problem.

In this anthology, a select group of global thought leaders within fields such as AI, neuroscience, leadership, culture, strategy, and innovation provides inspiration, insights, and concrete tools to help you solve near future ethical dilemmas to the benefit of your organization and to the benefit of the world.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9788797284100
Publisher: RE: Humanize Publishing
Publication date: 01/10/2022
Pages: 312
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

Kris Østergaard has more than two decades of experience as a behavioural researcher. He has authored or co-authored several books including Transforming Legacy Organizations, where he thoroughly investigated innovation in large, complex systems. He is Co-Founder of the educational institution SingularityU Nordic and Re:humanize Institute and has previously co-founded and run accelerators, incubators, and co-working spaces. He is also a GeoTech Center Action Council Member at the Atlantic Council (a nonpartisan organization that works towards shaping a stronger future together). When Kris is not writing, researching or teaching he keynotes globally on innovation, ethics and technological development.

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