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Solomon A

Why are Business People / Managers not Ethical?

I do not know why people are losing their ethical behaviour when given a managerial position?
Don't you think good values and ethics are inborn character, but are influenced by the environment? Please forward your view as to how people on earth develop ethics everywhere.

  Imaniragaba Proscovia
 

Ethics Influenced by the Environment

I think ethics and good values are inborn, AND are all influenced by the environment. The environment you live in can change you ethically and morally, either positively or negatively depending on the kind of the environment.
To some extent, good values can be created by a person in himself step by step, the same applies to Ethics.

  AMBAJI N RAO
 

Ethics and Values

We can uphold ethics when we uphold values. Despite our efforts, we tend to go down on ethics due to greed or due to being overambitious, which results in losing our moral values.
When we have a clear corporate and social responsibility, we will be able to speak of ethics and values. Views and opinions are welcome.

  Otavio Alexandre Da Silva
Brazil
 

Ethics Requires Preparation

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  David Coates
Management Consultant, United Kingdom
 

How Business Ethics are Influenced by the Environment

@Imaniragaba Proscovia: This sounds very much like (...)

  Mike Allen
Strategy Consultant, United Kingdom
 

Business Ethics and Christian Faith

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  Gandhi Heryanto
Management Consultant, Indonesia
 

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