Working Ethics: Strategies for Decision Making and Organizational Responsibilityby Marvin T. Brown
First published in 1990 by Jossey-Bass, Working Ethics develops an organizational ethic that focuses on decision-making and the design of systems. Brown shows how attention to ethics can improve communication, resolve disagreements, and set just standards for employee-management relations, and so create conditions that foster greater organizational effectiveness. It shows how to use argument constructively as a way to direct ethical discussions to the heart of such basic but difficult subjects as inequalities between employees, the proper exercise of power, and the relationship between rights and justice.
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