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Constructing an ethic for business practice: competing effectively and doing good.
September 1, 1998... Despite decades of effort by committed scholars, work in the business ethics field has failed to significantly affect business practice. Contrast this with the enormous impact that popular concepts like learning organizations, Total Quality Management (TQM), servant leadership, and...
Creatures, corporations, communities, chaos, complexity: a naturological view of the corporate social role.(includes appendix)
December 1, 1998... A naturological explanation draws on natural science for description, evidence, and verification. By contrast, a culturological explanation proceeds from a base in social science to describe, verify, and provide evidence of theoretical hypotheses and research propositions. Although both...
Differences in ethical beliefs, intentions, and behaviors: the role of beliefs and intentions in ethics research revisited.(includes appendices)
December 1, 1998... Research in the business ethics arena continues to be stymied by the problem of determining, measuring, and/or predicting actual behavior in real ethical decision situations. Many of us suspect that our work is for naught unless it translates into an ability to affect real behavior in real...
25 years and going strong: a content analysis of the first 25 years of the Social Issues in Management Division proceedings.(includes appendices)
December 1, 1998... We're not where we want to be, we're not where we're going to be, but, thank God, we are not where we were! - Martin Luther King, Jr. (1967) In 1996, the Social Issues in Management (SIM) Division of the Academy of Management (the Academy) celebrated 25 years of existence. How has...
Modeling industry political dynamics.
December 1, 1998... Research into corporate and industry political strategy could have its origins in any of three different academic areas - political science, business strategy, or business and society. For example, the political science field has been, for the most part, disinterested in the strategies and...