Managers Talk EthicsBook - 1986
Presents the thoughts and hard-won experiences of men and women who have had to face thorny ethical issues in their roles as managers. Shows how to be ethical and still be a success, how managers can recognize ethical situations, and how to resolve problems that involve ethical considerations. Toffler's book is not what others think ethics ``ought'' to be for managers. It is what practicing managers say it is. Its unique format ``let[s] the managers talk'' about the actual situations in which they were responsibile for decisions which had ethical consequences. All managers will be able to identify with the situations. The author has added her own introductory and concluding commentary to the interviews to help readers get the most out of it.
Publisher: New York : Wiley, c1986
Branch Call Number: HF5387 .T68 1986
Characteristics: xiv, 372 p. ; 25 cm