Using 230 individual employees from various banks, this study examined how top management ethical behavior and ethical climate of organizations enhance job satisfaction. As hypothesized, top management ethical behavior and climate for ethics affected job satisfaction. These results highlight the importance of ethical behaviors and ethical climate in organizational success and show that organizational ethics is not only a strategy that flourishes justice, but also a resource of influence the employees’ satisfaction.
This new book introduces the major guidelines for ethical and effective communication in the global society. The author proposes a communication contract with ten pragmatic ground clauses for responsible decision making and action in a world where risks need to be taken into account and dealt with promptly and effectively. Examples from philosophy, business, the environment and risk management illustrate the author's compelling message, which will appeal to every individual who believes that making a difference matters.
At present, the world is manifested by the absence of ethics not only in relationships, but also the business and living conditions. Absence of ethics allows the creation of consumer thinking, which brings up the cost in a desirable, but also in unwanted consumption. The management of this translates focus on monitoring developments quantity. therefore measurable and thus not respecting the unity between quality and quantity. Theory and practice of management, therefore, promotes the development of technical aspects. It does not pay sufficient attention to the acquisition of quantitative values, as well as upgrading the content and objectives of management. Its aim is to inspire managers, policy makers, academics and educators to promote the profession of business ethics.
Value crisis in corporate world around the globe significantly increased the need to find new management paradigm to deal with existing ethical dilemma. This study investigates inherent flaws of the contemporary corporate management in general and value based corporate management in particular. Study identifies that weaknesses of current corporate management stem form two main factors first lack of values and ethics and second loss of leadership integrity. Findings suggest that management by example is a better management paradigm to curb many ethical ailments of modern enterprise. Furthermore, results indicate that Islamic leadership tries to take the organization towards total value based management through ensuring welfare and protection for all stakeholders of organization including shareholders, employees, customers and society at large.
1. Organizational DNA, 2. Psychological Capital and Job Embeddedness, 3. Organizational Cynicism and Job Attitudes, 4. Organizational Cohesiveness and Performance, 5. Ethical Climate, 6. Cultural Intelligence and Job Performance, 7. Knowledge Management, 8. Talent Management and Service Quality, 9. Job Rotation and Role Stress, 10. Organizational Learning, 11. Transactional and Transformational Leadership Styles.
The third edition continues to examine the ethical concepts, principles and issues in the administration and organisation of sport that made the first two editions of this textbook so widely adopted. The book approaches the topics from four directions: ethical theory, personal and professional ethics, ethics applied, and future moral and ethical issues. Joy T DeSensi and Danny Rosenberg have enhanced the text by adding two new chapters that help to frame the content in a globalised context. In addition, the references, examples, scenarios, and analyses have been updated throughout the book.
Although there is growing awareness of the problems posed by work-family conflict, organizations in general do little to address the issues and take appropriate measures. Yet, employers can derive valuable benefits from organizational policies and practices designed to facilitate their employee's management of the work-family interface. This research presents the business case for family-responsible management. It covers eleven organizations in four sectors of the Nigerian economy and provides an interesting testimony of what can easily be done and yet have a noticeable positive impact on HR indicators and organizational performance. Work-family policies most wanted by employees generally are identified, as well as the main obstacles to the adoption and implementation of work-family arrangements. Recommendations are made to increase public awareness, and to point the way towards becoming a family-responsible employer.
Business ethics is now, more than ever, becoming an important requirement for doing business in the global market place. This book is an outcome of the research endeavor to identify the various ethical/ unethical practices of Services Industry in Kolhapur District, India covers the evaluation of the ethical/unethical practices followed by the Service Industry(Medical Services, Higher Education, Life Insurance sector and Banking Sector). This research is an effort to understand the various ethical dimensions and issues involved in service industry. One hundred and seventy six ethical/unethical dimensions were identified and the elicited opinions of the respondents were analyzed. The model tested with KS test for the relationship between Service Management and Ethical Practices and found to be dependent on each other. The author has made a modest attempt to develop a Business Model for implementing ethical infrastructure, maintaining ethical culture and improvising existing ethical practices in services organization and suggested measures which would help resolving ethical dilemmas and which ultimately would help in minimizing the unethical practices in the Service Sector.
The purpose of this study is to consider common ethical problems found across professions. Professional ethics seeks to establish the standards of morality with respect to different professions with a purpose to regulate human behavior. The main types of professional ethics are: Medical ethics, Business ethics, Organizational ethics, and Management ethics… etc. Management as discipline is comparatively new and it has a great diversity. The professional autonomy is organizational ethics and values flow from organizational and its style (culture), vision and mission central concern of this work and it focuses on the Professional Autonomy‘ of professionals. A holistic value driven management and ethical value system plays a vital role in TQM. Business ethics is the application of ethical principles and methods of analysis to business. The social responsiveness of management which means the ability and willingness of management to relate the plans and policies to the social environment in such ways that are mutually beneficial to the organization and to society. Quality of life satisfies the hunger of mind and spirit which are higher levels human wants and aspirations.
We live in a world of proliferating media devices, social media usage, media convergence and mobility. In a culturally diverse world, the globalisation of media calls for a comparative understanding of the legal and ethical issues that are confronting the user and the practitioner in his unique social context. 'Legal and Ethical Issues in the Media' offers a concise and much-needed discussion of the social issues and ramifications of media interaction around the world. Using different national examples, and an accessible style, Dwyer explores key frameworks and concepts that will engage and challenge the contemporary reader's ideas about media practice.Legal and Ethical Issues in the Media foregrounds the rapidly changing media and communications industries and offers: - Accessible and contemporary discussion of key ethical and legal concepts for the student beginning his or her media career- Overviews of crucial ethical frameworks for understanding responsible media practice - Comparisons of international legal and media systems - Key examples of traditional and new media - Brief summaries of complex areas of media law, regulation and policy
With easy-to-understand explanations and real-life examples, Management & Cost Accounting For Dummies provides students and trainees with the basic concepts, terminology and methods to identify, measure, analyse, interpret, and communicate accounting information in the context of managerial decision-making. Major topics include: cost behaviour cost analysis profit planning and control measures accounting for decentralized operations budgeting decisions ethical challenges in management and cost accounting
Effective Health Record management is vital to ensuring Quality Health Care Service provision. Hospitals across the world manage the same types of records although the practices of managing the records are carried out in very different ways. This is due to lack of well standardized procedures by the authorities responsible. Standardization of Record management practices ensures easy policy formulation, proper and timely reporting, easy government and management budgeting, creation of useful databases and easy utilization and outbreak response. This book focuses on the types and sources of health records, automation of health records, availability of record management policies in hospitals and their contents, and challenges in health records management; in private and public hospitals. the book is helpful to governments, hospitals management teams, record managers and stakeholders, lecturers and students in Universities and Colleges.
The latest best practice guidance on all aspects of global strategic sourcing-including environmental and international issues Strategic Global Sourcing Best Practices covers the latest trends and leading edge processes in global strategic sourcing, including supply management, t, sustainability, financial decisions, risk management, and international strategies. Offers the latest trends and guidance for sourcing and supply managers Features coverage of understanding sourcing, procurement and supply management, procurement and best business practices, best practices in sourcing management and global sourcing management, financial strategies for sourcing, responsible procurement,diversity procurement, managing risk, supplier selection, project management for procurement and supply managers, managing supplier relationships, international sourcing, managing supplier relationships supply management operations, With the rise of global supply chains, environmental/sustainability concerns, and constantly evolving technology, the time is right for understanding Strategic Global Sourcing Best Practices.
This book focuses primarily on understanding managerial roles and competencies in human service organizations (HSOs) based on theoretical, practical, ethical, and epistemological perspectives. A wide range of management competencies are identified to help the reader understand the managerial skills and knowledge that human service managers need. The requisite management skills and knowledge for HSOs are addressed throughout the book, identifying internal and external environments for HSOs, including various organizational theories; leadership theories; human resource management skills; finance resource management skills and knowledge; and other current concerns in human service management. This book also reports recent empirical findings regarding the financial dependency between government grants and philanthropic giving to HSOs (known as crowd-out effect). These research estimations could also shed light on financial issues for human service managers as to the knowledge of financial issues necessary when developing fundraising strategies.