Ethical business practices are vital to protecting your company’s reputation and, thus, its success. In this practical guide, attorney and former McKinsey consultant Robert Zafft applies business ethics to real-world circumstances. He explores what it means to learn and implement ethical behavior in business, explains how organizational leaders can foster honorable practices with sound management methods, and demonstrates why acting ethically bolsters your bottom line.
About the Author
Attorney and former McKinsey Company consultant Robert Zafft advises businesses on cross-border trade and investment, governance and dispute resolution. He lectures at Washington University in St. Louis’s Olin Business School.
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2 years agoI wrote this book. Here's my summary: The same managerial tools and techniques that drive ethical behavior also drive business success. The key lies in fixing and enforcing individual accountability. That's because deciding what's ethical is usually straightforward; what's hard is getting the people in an organization to follow the ethical rules set forth by management. This book shows you how -- with examples that are straightforward, practical, and fun.