Item description for Doing Right in a Shrinking World: How Corporate America Can Balance Ethics and Profit in a Changing Economy by Louis De Thomasis & Neal St. Anthony...
In this innovative book, DeThomasis and St. Anthony explore timely issues of corporate ethics and revolutionize our understanding of the controversy. The golden rule, religious tenets, and other static belief systems are no longer viable options in our ever-changing world. With the diverse cultures, religions, and organizations in our global economy, we must continuously adapt to unique situations and make decisions that benefit all people. By framing business ethics not as a higher calling or a legal minimum requirement, but as a realistic tool for increasing profit, the authors offer solutions to spread wealth and improve quality of life and human rights worldwide.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6" Height: 8.75" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2006
Publisher Greenleaf Book Group
ISBN 1929774397 ISBN13 9781929774395
Availability 0 units.
More About Louis De Thomasis & Neal St. Anthony
Louis DeThomasis, FSC, PhD, was president and professor of Interdisciplinary
Studies at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota from 1984
to 2005 and former president of the Christian Brothers Investment
Services (CBIS). He is currently the president of CBIS-GLOBAL in Rome,
where he now resides. He is the author of many books and articles on
Christian education and has received much recognition for his service
to the church as a De LaSalle Brother for more than four decades. He
is the recipient of the Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice Award conferred by Pope
John Paul II in 1998, knighthood in the Equestrian Order of the Holy
Sepulcher of Jerusalem in 1989, and five honorary degrees from U.S.
colleges and universities.
Louis Dethomasis currently resides in Minneapolis Winona.
Reviews - What do customers think about Doing Right in a Shrinking World: How Corporate America Can Balance Ethics and Profit in a Changing Economy?
A novel idea! Jul 18, 2006
What does a Christian Brother Monk and a big city business columnist have in common? A terrifc book about ethics. Both say being ethical is a myth; but they explain how DOING ethics is what really counts. I personally liked the idea that the authors introduced executives who recognize that cultural differences play a large role in this discussion. The book is a great teaching tool with its special end-of-chapter questions for the reader.