“There is no such thing as business ethics. There is only one kind – you have to adhere to the highest standards.”
–Marvin Bower, former managing partner of McKinsey & Company
“Relativity applies to physics, not ethics.” –Albert Einstein
Business Ethics can be described as the combination of business practices and social values/responsibilities (along with environmental factors relevant to business).
Case Studies in Business Ethics introduce and put forth the ethical practices which should be incorporated in business decisions. The business cases, study the responsibilities of all stakeholders involved in an organization.
Business Ethics case studies:
- Put forth the idea of moral responsibility
- The ground for such responsibility
- Highlight the extent to which organizations pursue ethics to making profit..
Available Business Ethics Case Studies:
- Corporate Social Responsibility at Tesco
- The Siemens scandal…