This book provides assistance to employees by taking a journey through the challenging world of business ethics at the ground level of the organization rather than flying through the abstract concepts and philosophical arguments at the treetop level. By examining issues and scenarios that relate directly to their work environment (and their degree of autonomy in that environment), employees can develop a clearer sense of how their corporate code of ethics relates to operational decisions made on a daily basis.
Well Organized, Clearly Stated
By Tofus Mom on Apr 19, 2012
You may be surprised by how thin this book is when it arrives. Personally, I decided to go with the electronic version after seeing this. The electronic version can only be read on Kindle Fire, iPad and Kindle for PC but it look s exactly like the print version and has the added convenience of being searchable. I had to spend about 30 minutes on the phone with Amazon customer service because the book wasn't showing up in my Kindle for PC folder but we eventually resolved the issue by un-registering the software, uninstalling and then re-installing. Definitions of key words and concepts are printed in the margins for convenience and chapters are well explained without being overly wordy. I would recommend this book to students and faculty alike.
Very simple yet educational!
By Hlanderson on Oct 06, 2011
The book has short chapters that are easy to understand. The chapters include lots of real-world examples which makes the concepts in each chapter very relatable.
By Tonito on Feb 16, 2014
Since i am in school this book helped alot , it covers everything i need to know in class, Thanks!
Business Ethics Now Textbook
By Richard Johansen on Apr 28, 2014
This book was great for my business ethics class. It contained all the information I needed, plus plenty of extras. I highly recommend it.
What a joke of a book
By Angela Johnson on Mar 23, 2014
I did learn a little bit from this book if thats what you want to call it. The chapters were easy but this is seriously just a magazine. I dont see how they can charge so much for this.
Over priced magazine
By Darren Williams on Aug 23, 2012
This book is another example of college students getting ripped off for an education. Some one needs to be accountable to students when they are forced to buy an eighty dollar magazine that calls its self a text book.
By Kagome on Apr 02, 2014
I was in a rush to pick up this book for school. The school was charing 345$ for the book. A BOOK! That I wouldn't even entirely read or finish. So renting it through Amazon was simple and quick. No trouble whatsoever.