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Rethinking business management: examining the foundations of business education

Author: Gregg, Samuel ; Stoner, James R. Corporate author: Social Trends Institute Publisher: Witherspoon Institute, 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 220 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780981491103Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Print BJ53 .E93 2008
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Rethinking Business Management Examining the Foundations of Business Education Contents Acknowledgments Foreword, by Carlos Cavalle INTRODUCTION PART ONE: Foundations CHAPTER ONE vii ix 1 "The Ethics of Business Life: Some Historical Reflections" Harold James CHAPTER 9 Two "Virtue and Profit: A Critique of Managerial Reasoning" Roger Scruton CHAPTER THREE 22 "Anthropological and Ethical Foundations of Organization Theory" Antonio Argandona CHAPTER FOUR 38 "Natural Law, Human Dignity, and the Protection of Human Property" David Novak CHAPTER FIVE 50 "Business in a Decent and Dynamic Society" Robert P George PART TWO: Practical Challenges for Ethical Management CHAPTER SIX 63 "Management and the Corporate State: Private Enterprise Without Enterprise, and Public Service Without Service?" Anthony Daniels CHAPTER SEVEN 73 "A Strategic Humanist: George Keller, Academic Strategy, and the Management Revolution in American Higher Education" Wilfred M. McClay 83 CHAPTER EIGHT "Keeping Women in Business (and Family)" Robin Fretwell Wilson CHAPTER NINE 95 "Leading with Ethics: The Cooperative Model and the Example of Workplace Safety" Sean Kelsey and Thomas R. Krause PART THREE: Teaching Ethics in Business School CHAPTER TEN 118 "Business as a Human Enterprise: Implications for Education" R. Edward Freeman and David Newkirk CHAPTER ELEVEN 131 "A New Mindset for Business Education: Cultivating Reputational Capital" Kevin T Jackson CHAPTER TWELVE "Teaching 149 Business Ethics with Aristotle" 172 Edwin M Hartman CHAPTER THIRTEEN "Aristotle and the MBA: The Odd Couple" James O'Toole 189 207 213 221 222 Contributors Index A Note on the Social Trends Institute A Note on the Witherspoon Institute

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