Marianne M. Jennings, professor of business ethics at Arizona State University, offers a basic overview of ethical issues businesses might face.
Marianne M. Jennings, professor of business ethics at Arizona State University, discusses the underlying moral framework of ethical collapses in the history of business in the United States. She offers leaders succinct, practical advice on how to avoid ethical collapse by outlining seven signs that a firm is at risk. Her checks and balances can benefit publicly held and private companies, nonprofits and government agencies.
Jennings’s work is directed at an academic audience, but interested laypeople are welcome to attend. Her best-selling titles include Business Ethics: Case Studies and Selected Readings; Foundations of the Legal Environment of Business; and Business: Its Legal, Ethical and Global Environment. This book seems to be her attempt to offer ethical guidelines to a more general, less academic audience, and it mostly succeeds.