SAGE (1997)

Joseph Petrick
Pennsylvania State University (PhD)
The primary objective of this textbook is to enhance and link ethics and management competence in planning, organizing, leading and controlling for superior management performance with integrity. It integrates the latest theories and tools in both descriptive and normative ethics into a practical framework which will improve managerial judgment in the handling of moral complexity at work, both in the private and public sectors.
Keywords Business ethics   Management
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ISBN(s) 0803957963   0803957963   0803957971   9780803957978
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