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Corporate integrity: rethinking organizational ethics and leadership

Author: Brown, Marvin T. Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP) 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 272 p. : Graphs ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0521606578Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Corporate Integrity Rethinking Organizational Ethics and Leardership Contents Preface 1 The context for corporate integrity The meanings of integrity The five dimensions of corporate integrity Theories of corporate responsibility Corporate responsibility and corporate dominance Aristotle's civic ethic Corporations as ongoing communication patterns From theory to practice 2 Cultural integrity as openness Pearce's typology of different cultures Four communicative culture types A corporate resources conference Cultural responses to differences and disagreements Strategies for moving toward cosmopolitan communication Characteristics of the dialogical process The world of work and communicative cultures The world of technology and cultural pluralism Designing cultural integrity through dialogue From theory to practice 3 Interpersonal integrity as relational wholeness Images of relationships Official images of work relationships page ix 1 4 9 13 22 28 32 36 38 40 44 50 52 54 58 63 65 68 69 71 73 76 vi Contents Ideal images of family relationships Ideal images of civic relationships The conditions for public deliberation The need for security and the right to participate Relationships of secure civic reciprocity From theory to practice 4 Organizational integrity as pursuing a worthwhile purpose The economic perspective of corporate purpose The management perspective of corporate purpose The civic perspective on corporate purpose The comparison of for-profits and nonprofits Business corporations as self-governing organizations Business corporations and public purpose Private and public corporations and the road and highway transportation system From theory to practice 5 Social integrity as civic cooperation Characteristics of modern cities Corporations and civil society Corporations and city government The interdependence of corporations and cities Corporations and a city's mission Civic cooperation and the funding of public education From theory to practice 6 Environmental integrity as natural prosperity The United States' conversations on environmental protection The United Nations' conversations on sustainability Conversations about world trade and finance 84 89 92 96 101 103 105 107 112 119 121 123 126 132 135 136 138 142 150 158 159 162 166 168 170 174 181 Contents vii 190 198 203 205 206 211 215 218 222 226 233 235 253 263 Conversations about the integrity of nature Four themes of natural integrity From theory to practice 7 Corporate integrity and organizational leadership The connections among the five dimensions of integrity Comparing business and political leaders The leader-and-follower relationship A civic view of authority in the workplace Designing the context for corporate integrity Showing signs of corporate integrity From theory to practice Appendix: Assessment worksheets Bibliography Index

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