Item description for Christian Ethics in the Workplace by Raymond L. Hilgert, Philip H. Lochhaas & James L. Truesdell...
Overview In an age when business is moving faster and faster and when ethics are being stretched to the limit, where does the Christian look for guidance in facing workplace problems? This book confronts this problem and proposes that, yes, there are clear answers--and they can be found in God's Word. A theologian, a business executive and a business school professor examine the foundatons of ethical decision-making in a Christian context. It includes a biblical overview of Christian ethics; lessons that can be gleaned from 'case' studies of Bible stories and parables; an overview of the philosophical concept of ethics and the seven-level Towle/Hilgert model of "ethical levels"; overview of the various ethical models and applications; and application of Christian ethics in the workplace, whether on the corporate/executive level or in a small-business setting. The book includes case studies and discussion questions.
Publishers Description Examine the foundations of ethical decision-making in a Christian context.
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Studio: Concordia Publishing House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.58" Width: 5.62" Height: 0.81" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2001
Publisher Concordia Publishing House
ISBN 0570052998 ISBN13 9780570052999
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More About Raymond L. Hilgert, Philip H. Lochhaas & James L. Truesdell
Dr. Raymond L. Hilgert was Professor of Management and Industrial Relations at the Olin School of Business of Washington University. He graduated from Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri, with a Bachelor of Arts degree, and received his Master's and Doctor's degrees from Washington University. His business experience included management positions at Southwestern Bell Telephone Company and a market research position with an advertising firm. Dr. Hilgert taught at Washington University for more 35 years, where he served as an Assistant Dean and Director of Management Development Programs. He published approximately 90 articles in management, business, and academic journals and co-authored five books on human resources management, supervision, and collective bargaining. Dr. Hilgert was a member of the Academy of Management, the Industrial Relations Research Association, the Society for Human Resource Management, the American Compensation Association, and the American Management Association. He participated in or directed numerous management, supervisory, and business ethics programs and seminars. As an arbitrator certified by the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, Dr. Hilgert decided more than 550 grievance-arbitration cases. He held the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) accreditation from the Personnel Accreditation Institute and received numerous teaching awards from students at Washington University.
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A book that you can use as reference guide Oct 4, 2007
Christian Ethics in the Workplace is a relatively quick read; however, it is not light reading. Hilgert, Lochhaas and Truesdell detail real-life situations where the right choice isn't as neat as clean as many other books would imply. They then provide guidelines for logical, systematic consideration of conflicts from a Christian perspective.
This book would be an excellent gift for anyone moving into a supervisory position.
Three Fold Look at Christ With Us At Work May 2, 2002
A philosophy/ethics prof, a pastor, and a business executive join to produce a small, but masterful delving into the area of Christian business ethics.
As Luther was major influence of the restoration of work as a pleasing service to God (also see the fine work, "Your Work Matters to God), these Lutherans present the topic from each of their expertise and background.
Sprinkled throughout are Case Studies, Bible Studies, and Questions for Answering and Discussion, making this a worthy individual or Bible Study group read.
Their approach and admonitions are concise and Biblical, and at the same time, cognizant of the implications in the practical, realitistic world of the "dog eat dog" world that most professions are.
Taking Christ with us where we spend a great deal of time at work is the significant theme, and provides much for one to think and pray and apply, all the time seeking to be pleasing to our God and of service to our employers, employees and customers.
An important work in this age of pragmatism, realtivism and pluralism, while at the same time seeking not to develop attack Christians who flaunt a Moral Majority type seize and capture mentality. Well balanced and written guide for the Christian exploring how to be of further service to the Good Lord.