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Ethics and Profit (UNSW Business School)
 
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Is it either/or? Are consumers and shareholders expecting more and driving change? Ethics and personal responsibility are an important part of the culture at the Australian School of Business at UNSW.
Views: 1368 UNSW Business School
How Green is the High Street? Business Ethics or Marketing and Profit Driven?
 
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In this vide review how green the high street really is? Are businesses just making ethical marketing claims to increase interest in their products or services or do organisations actually genuinely care about these issues in the decisions that they make?
Views: 4537 Bee Business Bee
The social responsibility of business | Alex Edmans | TEDxLondonBusinessSchool
 
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Alex Edmans talks about the long-term impacts of social responsibility and challenges the idea that caring for society is at the expense of profit. Alex is a Professor of Finance at London Business School. Alex graduated top of his class from Oxford University and then worked for Morgan Stanley in investment banking (London) and fixed income sales and trading (NYC). After a PhD in Finance from MIT Sloan as a Fulbright Scholar, he joined Wharton, where he was granted tenure and won 14 teaching awards in six years. Alex’s research interests are in corporate finance, behavioural finance, CSR, and practical investment strategies. He has been awarded the Moskowitz Prize for Socially Responsible Investing and the FIR-PRI prize for Finance and Sustainability, and was named a Rising Star of Corporate Governance by Yale University. Alex co-led a session at the 2014 World Economic Forum in Davos, and runs a blog, “Access to Finance” (www.alexedmans.blogspot.com), that aims to make complex finance topics accessible to a general audience. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Business Ethics: Corporate Social Responsibility
 
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Profitable and Moral - An Interview with Jaana Woiceshyn
 
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Profitable and Moral - An Interview with Jaana Woiceshyn A basic dilemma confronting today’s manager is how to be both profitable and moral. Making profits through immoral means—such as deceiving investors or customers—is unsustainable. Likewise, remaining moral while losing money will cause a business to fail. According to conventional morality, either a business manager maximizes profits and necessarily compromises on ethics, or necessarily sacrifices profits in order to be moral. Woiceshyn explains why this is a false dichotomy and offers rational egoism as an alternative moral code to business people who want to maximize profits ethically. Through logical argument and various examples, this book shows how to apply principles such as rationality, productiveness, honesty, justice, and pride for long-term self-interest. Jaana Woiceshyn holds a Ph.D. in applied economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. She has taught business ethics for over twenty years to undergraduate, MBA, and Executive MBA students and to various corporate audiences at the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary, and elsewhere. For more information, please see her website: http://www.profitableandmoral.com. Buy the book: http://amzn.to/2vEnOBz
Views: 345 CapitalismTV
2010 MSU President's Report: How do businesses balance profitability and ethical behavior?
 
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Michigan State University assistant professor of management Yuri Mishina and colleagues found that unrealistic pressure on high-performing companies to continually improve increases the likelihood that managers will choose profitability over ethical behavior. But wiping out illegal corporate behavior may require companies—and society as a whole—to consider longer-term viability over short-term financial success.
Profitability Is Not The Purpose Of Your Business
 
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We’re taught in business school that business has one purpose: to make money. In fact, this has been the traditional wisdom for centuries. But we live in different times now. While a business has to make money to survive and thrive, nothing is more damaging to a business than to operate under the assumption that its sole purpose is to make money. In this video Barry talks about the real purpose of your business. -- At Storyforge, we believe that great companies don't just tell a story, but live their story at every touch point, and in every aspect of their organization. Informed by their purpose, core beliefs, competencies and a deep understanding of the needs of all stakeholders, great stories connect, inspire, motivate, convert and create loyalty. -- ► Subscribe to the Storyforge YouTube Channel Here: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEyjEIr0Kq-Jnondoez37_g/?sub_confirmation=1 ---- Barry Chandler, co-founder and principal at Storyforge, specializes in business building, strategy and storytelling. Since 2003, he has built three (and sold two) strategic consulting businesses and worked with more than 500 businesses from pre-revenue startups to publicly traded organizations to help them with growth through alignment and storytelling. A qualified hotel manager in Ireland, Barry spent five years as part of the management teams of luxury hotels and cruise lines, circling the globe twice. He established Ireland’s first food & beverage control consultancy, and launched Barkeeper, an award-winning online subscription service for bar owners to manage more efficient and profitable businesses, expanding to the UK and the US, and adding a digital marketing agency in 2010. In 2012, Barry’s businesses were acquired by Buzztime, Inc. (NYSE: NTN) who hired Barry as Chief Marketing Officer where he remained until founding Storyforge in 2014, a strategy company helping ambitious companies change their course for the better by discovering their singular purpose, forging their story, and aligning their positioning, people, products and profits with it, in turn building brands that matter. ---- Follow Storyforge Online Here: Website: http://storyforge.co Blog: http://blog.storyforge.co Free Storytelling Masterclass: http://www.thestorytellingformula.com Newsletter: http://bit.ly/1MWSXS1 Facebook: http://facebook.com/HelloStoryforge ---- Follow Barry Chandler Online Here: Twitter: http://twitter.com/barry_chandler Linkedin: http://linkedin.com/in/barrychandler Barry’s videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvlzGsZC7A2HzDN6N9HpIZAa95f_ZfrhU ---- Follow Haley Boehning Online Here: Twitter: http://twitter.com/haley_boehning Linkedin: http://linkedin.com/in/haleyboehning Haley’s videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvlzGsZC7A2GgOPFpomhD4Z4GvWHupEgf ----
Views: 15497 Storyforge
From ethics to profitability: businesses must cover all bases in 2016 | World Finance
 
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World Finance speaks with Chloe Demrovsky, Executive Director for Disaster Recovery Institute International, on the coming trends business should be preparing for. For a full transcript visit: http://www.worldfinance.com/videos/from-ethics-to-profitability-businesses-must-cover-all-bases-in-2016 For more World Finance videos go to http://www.worldfinance.com/videos/
Views: 187 worldfinancevideos
Is Business Only About Profit?
 
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Is business only about profit? -- or is profit rather the means by which business is able to do something more or better? Sherrie Johnson Smith presents Eventide’s view that the purpose of business is to serve the common good. Click here for more on Eventide's philosophy, stories, and process: http://blog.eventideinvestments.com (8039-NLD-8/21/2018)
How Your Business Can Be Profitable and Socially Responsible
 
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Ryan Scott is Founder & CEO of Causecast. (http://causecast.org/) Social responsibility is important to many consumers and employees, but is often eschewed for profitability, but if you follow this advice, your company could be both. FOR MORE EXPERT CONTENT VISIT: http://www.docstoc.com/resources/videos Docstoc is the largest online collection of business and legal documents to help you grow and manage your small business and professional life. http://www.docstoc.com/video/88333054/make-your-business-profitable-and-socially-responsible
Views: 1685 docstocTV
The Importance of ethics in business
 
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Learn the power that values-based leadership can have on your business! Having a commitment to "High Road" Behavior means understanding the key role of trust for effective leadership and for maintaining uninterrupted growth and profitability. http://www.frankbucaro.com/
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Dilbert: The Business Plan of Profitability
 
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Dilbert's Business Plan
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Business Ethics Vs. Making Profit - Gambling, Porn etc.
 
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Maxim Behar: Business Ethics is Making Profits Transparently
 
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(March 25, 2014) Transparency finally had been brought by the social media in people's everyday life. According to Maxim Behar the social media is the only independent media at the moment. Watch the entire talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ltcky3qqhHk More about this talk on our website: http://www.aubg.edu/talks/the-world-in-a-social-media-chaos/ Find us elsewhere on the web: WEBSITE: http://www.aubg.edu/talks FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/AUBGTalks TWITTER: http://twitter.com/AUBGTalks GOOGLE+: http://plus.google.com/113278525844733479649/ Find out more about our awesome university, the American University in Bulgaria: http://www.aubg.edu
Views: 42 AUBGTalks
Ethics v Profitability by Debs
 
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Views: 31 Deborah Abraham
A Journey to the Dark Side of Business Ethics &  Steps to Protect Your Organization
 
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The following is a video of my presentation at the MetricStream GRC Summit in Washington DC, on May 12th, 2015. Here I address my own perfect storm of rationalizing bribery and steps to protect your organization by a better understanding of front-line behaviors.
Views: 1241 Richard Bistrong
How to Evaluate Profitability Within your Business
 
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Dave Pratt, CEO of Ranch Management Consultants, explains how he lays out divisions and enterprises to allocate direct costs and overheads within your business. For more information on RMC visit us at https://www.ranchingforprofit.com *Follow Us* https://www.facebook.com/Ranching4Profit https://www.instagram.com/Ranching4Profit https://www.twitter.com/Ranching4Profit https://www.linkedin.com/company/Ranching4Profit https://www.youtube.com/c/Ranching4Profit
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The Myths and Realities of Starting a Business
 
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MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP TOOLS, TIPS, TECHNIQUES, AND INSTRUCTION TO MAKE US EVEN MORE EFFECTIVE Jack Dunigan founded and directed Leadership Ministries, a non-profit agency giving practical advice to the leaders and managers of non-profits in eleven countries. The business arm of that was called The #Dynamics Group and I served as a consultant with clients of all types and in varied fields from the Office of the President of the Navajo Nation to the Thousand #Trails Campgrounds. I took a break from the demanding travel that consulting required to start and successfully run a custom millwork business on St. Croix in the US Virgin Islands. When I sold the business in 2009 it was rated by AllBusiness.com as #3 top employer and #4 top woodworking company by sales in the islands. The important thing is I can unapologetically say I know what I am writing about. Yes, I have a Master’s Degree. But the highest proof is in the fruit of my life. Practical Leadership works in real life! You may already be familiar with my writings from my blogs. I author and contribute to several. Here are some of them: www.JackDunigan.com | www.LifeMetricsMedia.com | www.TheAmericanPhilosopher.com | www.NonFictionPro.com The Practical Leader is the official website for Leadership Enrichment Ministries, Inc, a 501(c)3 non-profit #organization. #Donations are tax-deductible. Leadership #Enrichment #Ministries has a #Christian #foundation but we are NOT a church nor do we promote any particular religious creed. Our religious roots speak more to our focus on service based in the ethical treatment of others and our commitment to good will and the mutual benefit of those with whom we serve than it does about any ritual or rite. We believe that Christ demonstrated by his life how we should live – that the greatest, highest, and most noble objective for one’s life is that the world is left a better place because we were in it. You will read, hear, and see the occasional reference to the Bible, but we use it as a base for example and illustration for sound and proven leadership and #management #principles and #practices. SUBSCRIBE TO CHANNEL: https://goo.gl/dYUuhg The Secrets To Success #9 https://youtu.be/k4iJ121FCiM JOIN FREE MASTERING YOUR TIME MINI-COURSE : https://goo.gl/i86yZB #Management #Tools #Tips #Techniques #Instraction #PracticalLeader #Leadership #NonProfit #Organization #PracticalAdvice #PracticalTools #JackDunigan #Publications #Inspire #GoldenRule #Adaptability #Motivation #Influence #PersonalGrowth #DevelopingCapablePeople #Integrity #Teaching #Training #Mentoring #Productivity #ThePracticalLeader #Leader #Practical #Achievement #adaptability #administration #associates #authority #benevolence #calling #change #coherence #communication #competence, #competencies #confidence #Conscience #consistence #control #customer #service #decision #decisionmaking #deference #delegation #developingcapablepeople #diligence #drive #EffectiveLeadership #Efficiency #eloquence #emotional #security #employees #experience #influence #instruction #integrity #intelligence #leaderqualities #Leadership #leadershipdevelopment #learningmanagement #meetings #mentoring #mentors #Motivation #organization #patience #persistence #personalgrowth #planning #podcast #power #prescience #presence #problemsolving #productivity #prudence #purpose #respect #responsibility #seminar #softskills #stewardship #strategy #student #success #tactics #teaching #training #values #vision
Views: 1591 The Practical Leader
Business in Ethics in the 21st Century - Headquarter of KPMG, The Netherlands
 
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Produced by Art of Living Productions More on the WFEB: http://www.wfeb.org The International Leadership Symposium on Ethics in Business is an annual event which brings together leaders from business, politics, academia, civil society and faith-based organizations to dialogue on new leadership styles that support inclusive and sustainable development and ensure profitability for businesses. It provides a platform for leading minds to share their experiences and expertise on the value of an ethics-based approach to deal with today's challenges in the global markets. It also examines the impact of this approach on the bottom line. The International Leadership Symposium on Ethics in Business is an initiative of The World Forum for Ethics in Business, a registered public interest foundation with the aim to pursue and establish the indispensable ethical foundations of business in a globalized world. art of living productions, world peace, stress-free, violence-free, society, sri sri ravi shankar, international association for human values, world forum for ethics in business, brussels, european parliament.
Top Ten Reasons For Ethics in Business video
 
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My list of the most important reasons ethics should be used in business.
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Ethical Business Behavior
 
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If you were asked to do something that you knew was unethical, would you choose the ethical route, even under pressure?
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Business profitability V customer satisfaction
 
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A very simple relationship
Views: 12 Lee Bushby
Ethical Challenges in Business: A Leadership Perspective
 
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Bill George explores ethical challenges in business from a leadership perspective, offering insights on what can cause leaders to lose their moral bearings. He believes, as do the 125 leaders interviewed for his new book, True North: Discover Your Authentic Leadership, that leaders succumb to ethical failures and deviations not because of a lack of knowledge or understanding of ethical principles and premises but because they have neglected to develop and ground themselves in five key areas, which serve to locate one's ethical "true north."
Views: 519 WGBHForum
How can CEO’s & CFO’s avoid unethical cost saving business practices? By Peet Biljon
 
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Peet van Biljon advises clients on strategy, innovation, new product development(NPD), and new business building. Peet focuses on management challenges related to Industry 4.0 and on the impact of transformative technologies such as AI, digitization, fintech and IoT. He previously managed McKinsey’s global innovation practice from 2010 to 2015. He is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy where he teaches a graduate course on innovation. Peet is currently involved in initiatives to set ethical guidelines for technology and co-chairs the General Principles Committee of the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems (A/IS). In 2017 he published a book on business ethics, Profit with a Higher Purpose, and subsequently developed Ethics-driven Innovation®, an innovation process to help clients meet the highest ethical standards. #DESCRIPTION Peet van Biljon discusses what he refers to as bad cost saving practices such as squeezing suppliers or workers or passing unjust costs on to consumers. According to Biljon, these kinds of issues come up when leaders make short-sighted decisions on profitability. Subscribe for more Sarder TV: http://bit.ly/1osk5yg Follow our Official Twitter: http://bit.ly/1tIwTzK Check out exclusive Sarder TV content: Web - http://bit.ly/1xpv37D Facebook - http://on.fb.me/1EbljQi #ABOUT SARDERTV Sarder TV is an independent, educational media company, focusing on the subjects that fascinate, inspire and teach executives. Because the relationship between success and learning is parallel, Sarder TV provides exclusive interviews with the authors, leaders, and taste makers currently affecting industry. Led by Russell Sarder and a team of dynamic and creative programming and content creators, experienced leadership and seasoned advisors, Sarder TV launched in 2012. Sarder TV is an exciting, forward thinking media company focused on the promotion of learning.
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The Ethics of Entrepreneurship and Profit | by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
 
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In a free market, entrepreneurs profit by providing something of value that people will voluntarily purchase. Read the text version of this presentation online: https://mises.org/library/ethics-entrepreneurship-and-profit * * * * DISCLAIMER: This audio presentation is owned by the Ludwig von Mises Institute and is protected under Creative Commons license (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/ This YouTube channel is in no way endorsed by or affiliated with the Mises Institute, any of its scholars or staff members.
Views: 69 LibertyInOurTime
Can I Build An Ethical Affiliate Marketing Business that is also Profitable?
 
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http://www.trustedaffiliateprograms.com. This video shows you how your ethical affiliate marketing business can be both ethical and profitable and gives you 4 tips to follow to ensure that you build this business according to your principles.
Views: 250 TrustedAffiliate
Jonathan Haidt | Moral Psychology of Capitalism & Business
 
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This Dean's Speaker Series talk features social psychologist and Professor of Ethical Leadership at New York University's Stern School of Business, Jonathan Haidt. You may have caught him on the Colbert Report, in his TED Talks or in Foreign Policy magazine’s top 100 Global Thinkers. Professor Haidt has written two books, including the New York Times bestseller, The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion. In his latest work, he is applying his research on moral psychology to the study of business ethics. He is developing tools and techniques that leaders can use to improve the ethical functioning, trust and ultimately profitability of their companies. In his talk, Jonathan shares concepts from his upcoming book on capitalism and morality followed by a lively discussion with Haas’ own Professor Laura Tyson (Faculty Director, Institute for Business & Social Impact) and Professor Robert Strand (Executive Director, Center for Responsible Business). This discussion focuses on the implications of moral psychology for capitalism, business, and economic systems. All of these speakers are no strangers to Questioning the Status Quo and their conversation is sure to be a lively one. This event is co-sponsored by the Institute for Business & Social Impact at Haas and the UC Berkeley Department of Political Science.
Views: 9717 Berkeley Haas
Business Ethics
 
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A company's ethics will determine its reputation. Good business ethics are essential for the long-term success of an organization. Implementing an ethical program will foster a successful company culture and increase profitability. Developing a Business Ethics program takes time and effort, but doing so will do more than improve business, it will change lives. A company's ethics will have an influence on all levels of business. It will influence all who interact with the company including customers, employees, suppliers, competitors, etc. All of these groups will have an effect on the way a company's ethics are developed. It is a two-way street; the influence goes both ways, which makes understanding ethics a very important part of doing business today. Ethics is very important, as news can now spread faster and farther than ever before.
Views: 63 Certification Guru
Social Responsibility Perspectives: The Shareholder and Stakeholder Approach
 
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Help us learn more about your experience by completing this short survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RRKS8LZ Subscribe to Alanis Business Academy on YouTube for updates on the latest videos: https://www.youtube.com/alanisbusinessacademy?sub_confirmation=1 An outline of the two perspectives related to corporate social responsibility: the shareholder model and the stakeholder model. The discussion also includes support for each perspective, including that of famous Nobel​ prize winning economist Milton Friedman.
Ethical business practices bring profits: Rakesh Makkar, Fullerton India
 
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Rakesh Makkar is the Executive Vice President and Head – Business, Marketing and CSR at Fullerton India Credit Company Limited, a non-banking finance company. Having the firm’s CSR activities spread in rural and urban areas, Makkar believes that CSR activities also ensure relation with beneficiaries which in turn helps in growth of the business. He emphasises that Indian corporate firms are socially very responsible and it is not a great idea to impose any penalisation for not spending the mandated 2% funds towards CSR. He also believes that if business practices are implemented ethically, profits follow leading to overall sustainability.
Views: 1011 The CSR Journal
Ward J. "Tim" Timken Jr - "Business Ethics and Leadership"
 
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Event - The Office of the President at Case Western Reserve University presents "Business Ethics and Leadership" Speaker - Ward J. "Tim" Timken Jr. Location - Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence Date - January 15th, 2009 Description - Timken has been chairman of the Timken Company since 2005. He previously served as president of the company's Steel Group, leading it to record levels of profitability. He also played a pivotal role in the acquisition and integration of The Torrington Company, one of the largest acquisitions in the company's history. He holds a bachelor's degree in marketing from Georgetown University and an M.B.A. from the Darden School at the University of Virginia. Globally headquartered in Canton, Ohio, and with operations in 27 countries, the Timken Company is a leading global manufacturer of highly engineered bearings, alloy steels, and related components and assemblies. Building on the philosophy of its founder, Henry Timken, the Timken Company continues to pride itself on making ethical business decisions and treating people with honesty and respect. The company's values of ethics and integrity, quality, innovation and independence lie at the heart of the company's business success and motivate more than 25,000 associates worldwide to be involved in supporting their communities through volunteer programs and fundraising initiatives for charities, including the United Way, Special Olympics and Habitat for Humanity. Additionally, the company is actively involved in caring for the environment and is committed to reducing environmental risks, properly handling hazardous waste and managing resources for the future. The Timken Company has a long history of partnership with Case Western Reserve, including generous leadership support for the founding of The Institute for Management and Engineering, endowment of its Timken Fellowship program, and creating the Joseph F. Toot, Jr. Engineering Professorship. The Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence at Case Western Reserve University fosters ethical leadership around the world. To achieve this mission, the center sponsors ethics research, scholarship, symposia, and lectures, including the annual Inamori Ethics Prize and Symposium.
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"Profit-making alone doesn't make business sense"
 
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Since its first event seven years ago, the WBCSD has been a partner and an active contributor to the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit (DSDS), the most important global platform convened to discuss the sustainability of emerging economies. The CEO Forum, jointly organized by the WBCSD and TERI BCSD India, is an independent platform for coprate leaders to address issues of sustainable development and to carve out their role in finding solutions for a better planet. http://www.wbcsd.org Read article: Strong WBCSD Presence at the 2007 Delhi Sustainable Development Summit http://www.wbcsd.org/plugins/DocSearch/details.asp?ObjectId=MjI1Njc
Business Ethics Speaker Chuck Gallagher
 
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Want a Business Ethics Keynote Speaker Who Offers More Than Just Textbook Theory? Chuck Gallagher provides eye-opening Messages that Raise Ethics Awareness and the Potential for Business Growth to a New Level - http://chuckgallagher.com Every choice has a consequence. In 1987, Chuck Gallagher made some bad choices at the height of his career and went from wearing a business suit to an orange jump suit some years later. So you might be asking yourself, Why would I want a former convicted felon to speak to my organization about ethics and integrity? Why? Because Chuck has experienced first hand how easy it is to move from ethical to unethical. Having rebuilt his life back to immense success the lessons he learned allow him to share a unique perspective unlike any other business ethics keynote speaker. Rather than taking the usual theoretical approach to ethics which, frankly, can put an audience to sleep - Chuck captures attention by talking about his own journey from a human perspective, then combining it with a practical application. His presentations are sometimes humorous, often thought-provoking and always impactful, but never textbook. So what will you, your people and your company get out of it all? A positive, compelling message that everyone will listen to and remember. A fresh perspective that will raise ethics awareness to a new level reducing the likelihood of fraud and other unethical behaviors that put your business at risk. The motivation to make ethical choices that will lead to long-term success and profitability. And a...Valuable insight to help you develop an effective ethics program (or make your existing program more effective). Contact Chuck Gallagher today to Create an ethical culture of people who do the right thing - not because they have to, but because they want to! Call Chuck at 828.244.1400 to book him for your organization's meeting today!
Views: 61795 Chuck Gallagher
What is CORPORATE TRANSPARENCY? What does CORPORATE TRANSPARENCY mean?
 
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What is CORPORATE TRANSPARENCY? What does CORPORATE TRANSPARENCY mean? CORPORATE TRANSPARENCY meaning - CORPORATE TRANSPARENCY definition - CORPORATE TRANSPARENCY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Corporate transparency describes the extent to which a corporation's actions are observable by outsiders. This is a consequence of regulation, local norms, and the set of information, privacy, and business policies concerning corporate decision-making and operations openness to employees, stakeholders, shareholders and the general public. From the perspective of outsiders, transparency can be defined simply as the perceived quality of intentionally shared information from the corporation. Recent research suggests there are three primary dimensions of corporate transparency: information disclosure, clarity, and accuracy. To increment transparency, corporations infuse greater disclosure, clarity, and accuracy into their communications with stakeholders. For example, governance decisions to voluntarily share information related to the firm's ecological impact with environmental activists indicate disclosure; decisions to actively limit the use of technical terminology, fine print, or complicated mathematical notations in the firm's correspondence with suppliers and customers indicate clarity; and decisions to not bias, embellish, or otherwise distort known facts in the firm's communications with investors indicate accuracy. The strategic management of transparency therefore involves intentional modifications in disclosure, clarity, and accuracy to accomplish the firm's objectives. Standard & Poor's has included a definition of corporate transparency in its GAMMA Methodology aimed at analysis and assessment of corporate governance. As a part of this work, Standard & Poor's Governance Services publishes the Transparency Index which calculates the average score for the largest public companies in various countries. Transparency International publishes an index of corporate transparency based on public disclosure of anti-corruption programmes and country-by-country reporting. Corporate transparency is also used to refer to radical transparency in corporate governance. Transparency Index calculated as the average score for the largest public companies in various countries. Corporate transparency is also used to refer to radical transparency in corporate governance.
Views: 2326 The Audiopedia
What is the purpose of purpose? Business values and ethics.
 
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Purpose is fundamental to business - it fosters connection, breeds confidence and inspires action. Loughlin Hickey, former Global Head of Tax for KPMG.
Views: 528 The Eth Word
Business Ethics
 
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A company’s ethics will determine its reputation. Good business ethics are essential for the long-term success of an organization. Implementing an ethical program will foster a successful company culture and increase profitability. Developing a business ethics program takes time and effort, but doing so will do more than improve business, it will change lives. A company's ethics will have an influence on all levels of business. It will influence all who interact with the company including customers, employees, suppliers, competitors, etc. All of these groups will have an effect on the way a company's ethics are developed. It is a two way street, the influence goes both ways, which makes understanding ethics a very important part of doing business today. Ethics is very important, as news can now spread faster and farther than ever before. Learn more about this course and other business courses offered by www.TuitionKings.com
Views: 35 Tuition Kings
The Essential Guide for Business Ethics
 
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By the below link you can have access to our full course in Business Ethics: https://www.udemy.com/the-essential-guide-for-business-ethics/ * Business Ethics workshop. A company’s ethics will determine its reputation. Good business ethics are essential for the long-term success of an organization. Implementing an ethical program will foster a successful company culture and increase profitability. Developing a business ethics program takes time and effort, but doing so will do more than improve business, it will change lives. A company's ethics will have an influence on all levels of business. It will influence all who interact with the company including customers, employees, suppliers, competitors, etc. All of these groups will have an effect on the way a company's ethics are developed. It is a two way street, the influence goes both ways, which makes understanding ethics a very important part of doing business today. Ethics is very important, as news can now spread faster and farther than ever before. At the end of this course, you should be able to: • Define and understand ethics. • Understand the benefits of ethics. • Create strategies to implement ethics at work. • Recognize social and business responsibility. • Identify ethical and unethical behavior. • Learn how to make ethical decisions and lead with integrity.
The Training Factor - Business Ethics
 
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(Need more info? http://bit.ly/xZmlhO ) A company's ethics will determine its reputation. Good business ethics are essential for the long-term success of an organization. Implementing ethical programs will foster a successful company culture and increase profitability.
Views: 595 TheTrainingFactor
Your business must stand for something other than making profit.
 
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Your business must stand for something other than making profit. Of course, we all want to make money but how we make it can actually determine how much we make. Ethics and values are rarely talked about in quarterly and annual reports but there is no doubt they play a major role in the bottom line. They are important in themselves but also play a key role in determining your level of profitability. All the things we report on are fairly useless if you don’t have a culture that inspires confidence and enthusiastic supporters both internally (with your team) and externally (with clients). To me, ethics are vital. A value set. Mine are interchangeable between my business and personal lives...and they’re all about the same things. I refer to (and apply) that value set in every situation which is important to me because it means I don’t have to change my personality when I go from work to home. If you know what your ethics and values are it becomes much easier to make decisions about how you conduct your business which includes how you treat your colleagues and the people with whom you do business. It’s a kind of barometer. It also makes it easier to determine where you want to take the business with your team. Several major companies have taken a strong stand on social issues in recent times and some people have criticised them for it but, to me, those companies are doing both the right and the smart thing. Companies must stand for something and the marketplace should know what they stand for. Of course there will be those who disagree with certain positions but they at least will know what the company is all about. That you are more than just the sum of your parts. And that it’s not just about the bottom line. Mind you, the more that people can associate your business with certain values they share the more likely it is they will do business with you. Potential clients will know that you have ethics and values and, with the rise of social media, that becomes even more important. If you’d like to talk about this in greater detail contact me though any of my social channels. It’s always great to catch up. In the meantime articulate and define your values...and live by them! Tamara.
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Building a Profitable Permaculture Business
 
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Learn how a Permaculture business can be established in any part of the world, how to develop multiple income streams, earn a good living and still remain true to permaculture’s ethics. Jack Spirko's presentation from PV1 in March 2014. My Podcasts: Farm Small, Farm Smart: http://bit.ly/2vMUDvX Grass Fed Life: http://bit.ly/2uOsLTH Voices of Change: http://bit.ly/2vrn81r Do The Work: https://apple.co/2ERsLHZ My Audiobooks: The Market Gardener by JM Fortier: http://bit.ly/2uynxvU The Urban Farmer by Curtis Stone:  http://bit.ly/2uynxvU My Business: Paperpot Transplanter: http://www.paperpot.co Support content I have created: http://www.permaculturevoices.com/support Support while you shop at Amazon: http://amzn.to/2yu1zPj
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Why business has to make life better - values matter.  Corporate ethics and corporate social responsibility (CSR).  Motivation, leadership, marketing and management impact.  Cause-related marketing and winning war for talent.  Conference keynote speaker
 
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http://www.globalchange.com Values really matter. People want to make a difference and feel proud of who they work for. Aditya Birla example of corporate responsibility and community involvement. Increasing motivation, winning war for talent, staff and customer retention and stronger brand and corporate image. Work of AIDS charity ACET as expression of corporate responsibility. Conference keynote speaker and Futurist Dr Patrick Dixon.How to make things happen in Business. Connect with passion, keys to motivation, leadership and change management in business. Managing uncertainty with rapid change. Leadership styles. Why people get out of bed in the morning. How to motivate teams at work to do great things. Business management. Secret of leadership and ultimate leadership speech. Business ethics and values in corporations. Secrets of business success and increased productivity. Cutting costs. Increasing output. Adding shareholder value. Sustainable business success. Work life balance and lessons from non profits / volunteering. Why building a better world is such a powerful motivation. Lecture by Dr Patrick Dixon for MTN, author of Building a Better Business, Futurewise and conference speaker.Motivation at work. Leadership. Leadership purpose, aims, strategy and objectives. Profits and profitability. Motivation to succeed and secrets of business success. Productivity and efficiency key. Workplace morale. Team dynamics and leadership styles. Business mission and vision. Business values and office culture.
Ethics in Business Leadership | Cynthia Cooper
 
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You don't have to be a bad person to make a bad decision. Cynthia Cooper presents students with real ethical issues in business and how to lead with ethics in mind. She also covered how students can overcome adversity in the workplace. What did the students think of Cynthia's presentation?
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Women at Work-Maximizing profits ethically
 
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On this edition of the Women at Work series, Global Business America focused on women across the business world. While maximizing profits never goes out of style, it's important to do it right. There's a growing focus on the ethics of how profits are obtained. Earlier this month, representatives from around the world met for the Business Social Responsibility Conference to discuss innovative ways to grow businesses responsibly.CCTV America's Mark Niu reports.
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business ethics
 
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Business is not the enemy, the whole occupy wallstreet protest should go after washington. Citi Bank, Bank of America, China, the american economy, business ethics, lying, capital system, bank, investing, webcam, profitability, capital, change, financial services, trends, american, leveraging, liabilities, ending, moral, sustainable, lobby, corruption, Genghis Khan, future, industry, products, liabilities, exposure, minimum wage, labor, polluted, markets, advertising, rally, soft power, ethical, motivate, cause, green business, success, and achieving less resistance are all mentioned in my video. Send me feedback
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Short-termism and Ethical Behavior: A Discussion
 
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Dr. Daniel Sweeney, director of the Institute for Enterprise Ethics at the Daniels College of Business, leads a discussion about Short-termism and Ethical Behavior, with co-author of "Triple Crown Leadership," Bob Vanourek, and independent director Ernie Sampias. The interview was recorded October 11, 2012, on the University of Denver campus.
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WFEB 2013 - Slovenia - H.H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar - Founder, World Forum for Ethics in Business
 
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More on the WFEB: http://www.wfeb.org The International Leadership Symposium on Ethics in Business is an annual event which brings together leaders from business, politics, academia, civil society and faith-based organizations to dialogue on new leadership styles that support inclusive and sustainable development and ensure profitability for businesses. It provides a platform for leading minds to share their experiences and expertise on the value of an ethics-based approach to deal with today's challenges in the global markets. It also examines the impact of this approach on the bottom line. The International Leadership Symposium on Ethics in Business is an initiative of The World Forum for Ethics in Business, a registered public interest foundation with the aim to pursue and establish the indispensable ethical foundations of business in a globalized world. Subscribe link :- http://goo.gl/Gl6Sx
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Why transparency is essential in business
 
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In a debate about the future of corporate governance, our panellists say transparency is here to stay.
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The Power of Ethical Imagination | Anna Seppänen | TEDxOtaniemi
 
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What kind of a person do you want to be? Imagine it. Anna Martta Seppänen is a researcher of social ethics, particularly business ethics, at the University of Helsinki). She is intrigued by the question of whether morality can exist alongside profitability in business – and under which preconditions. She believes that in the future humane and ethical organizations will thrive. She is currently working on her PhD thesis on corporate philanthropy and is a member of the CoPassion research group. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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PROFIT MAXIMIZATION VS WEALTH MAXIMIZATION IN HINDI | Difference | BBA/MBA/Bcom | ppt
 
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