Ethics on the Job: Cases and Strategies
Using a decision-making strategy designed by the authors, ETHICS ON THE JOB guides the student through the basic and most important parts of an analysis leading directly to a decision in the face of ethical conflict. With the RESOLVEDD strategy, the authors have devised an unrivaled system that they teach students to implement through numerous, timely case studies and detailed analyses. This book allows students to develop a working grasp of ethical principles and reasoning in day-to-day decision-making, and thus apply the RESOLVEDD strategy to personal ethical issues.
Specifications of Ethics on the Job: Cases and Strategies
|Author||Raymond S. Pfeiffer, Ralph P. Forsberg|
|Number Of Pages||168|
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