Ethics and Philosophy
A special theme issue of The Journal of Corporate Citizenship (Issue 64)
In April 2016, The Center for Ethics and Religious Values in Business of the Mendoza College of Business and the UN Global Compact convened a group of scholars and business leaders. This issue will provoke your thinking and lead to new action to make the world a better place.
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The Dalai Lama rarely speaks directly on the topics of leadership, business and economics. Through in-depth dialogue with a number of leading social and economic thinkers, this important book sheds light on the most pressing questions that we face. It has the power to change your way of thinking.
Leadership and Innovation
This volume is designed to support the rationale for gender equality in business and organizations. It provides evidence of implementation of gender equality in the workplace and how to deal with and overcome challenges in various contexts, including throughout supply chains.
Towards a Framework for Corporate Peace
This book explores the diplomatic role of corporations in peace processes in intrastate conflict, focusing on transnational extractive corporations but applicable to all industries. Ralph presents a new framework for corporate peacemaking and argues it could be a powerful tool in global governance and peace efforts.
Business Ethics for the 21st Century
Companies must create an enduring culture of integrity that establishes doing the right thing as the cultural norm across the organization. This book identifies the key actions sustainability and compliance officers can take to foster a cultural shift toward ethical business practices within their organizations.
Scott Poynton, founder of The Forest Trust, makes a compelling case for a new approach to social and environmental problems such as deforestation and the exploitation of people that goes "beyond certification".
Business Across Spiritual Traditions
Covering ten major religions, this book explores how practical wisdom from spiritual traditions permeates corporate cultures. It includes case studies of over twenty multinational corporations analysed with an emphasis on their spiritual values, alongside business and strategic issues.
An Open Letter to Christian Leaders in Times of Urgency
This important book explores the current conflict between spirituality and corporate leadership and asks challenging questions of business leaders and decision-makers.
An Introduction and Learning Guide
This book is an ethical training manual that will guide environmental experts/decision-makers in making sound judgements and decisions and will act as a bridge between environmental knowledge and environmental behaviour.
A Guide to Sustaining our Humanity in the World of Work
This book introduces a "Map of Meaning" called the Holistic Development Model, which provides a clear, simple and profound framework of the dimensions and process of living and working meaningfully.
This book is testimony to the emergent nature of human security as an idea, as a useful construct and as an operational strategy. The aim is to showcase new directions that may enrich the human security agenda in areas such as health and the environment as well as proposing multi-stakeholder approaches and solutions for vulnerable populations.
Dilemmas and Solutions
This title provides an analysis of the relationship between companies and human rights in the context of globalisation. It maps the reasons (financial, ethical, regulatory) why human rights have are on the business agenda and looks at the practical experiences of companies in responding to specific issues in the context of their own operations.