Etica e Responsabilità



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Etica e Responsabilità

7-S Framework (Struttura delle 7-S) McKinsey

Ashridge Mission Model (Modello della Mission di Ashridge) Campbell

Attribution Theory (Teoria della Attribuzione) Heider

Bottom of the Pyramid (Base della Piramide) Prahalad

Change Behavior (Comportamenti del Cambiamento) Ajzen

Changing Organization Cultures (Cambiare la Cultura Organizzativa) Trice Beyer

Charismatic Leadership (Leadership Carismatica) Weber

Clarkson Principles (Principii di Clarkson)

Competing Values Framework (Struttura dei Valori Competenti) Quinn

Core Group Theory (Teoria del Gruppo Centrale) Kleiner

Corporate Reputation Quotient (Quoziente di Reputazione Aziendale) Harris-Fombrun

Cultural Dimensions (Dimensioni Culturali) Hofstede

Cultural Intelligence (Intelligenza Culturale) Early

Culture Levels (Livelli Culturali) Schein

Dialectical Inquiry (Inchiesta Dialettica)


EFQM EFQM

Emotional Intelligence (Intelligenza Emotiva) Goleman

ERG Theory Alderfer

Five Disciplines (Cinque Discipline) Senge

Force Field Analysis (Analisi del Campo di Forza) Lewin

Framing Tversky

Groupthink (Pensiero di Gruppo) Janis

Growth Phases (Fasi di Crescita) Greiner

Modello del Potere Personale di Hagberg

Hierarchy of Needs (Gerarchia dei Bisogni) Maslow

Instrumental Approach of Stakeholder Theory (Approccio Strumentale della Teoria dello Stakeholder)


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Intrinsic Stakeholder Commitment (Impegno Intrinseco degli Stakeholder)

Kaizen philosophy (Filosofia Kaizen)

Levers of Control (Leve del Controllo) Simons

Managing for Value McTaggart

Moral Purpose (Scopo Morale) Mourkogiannis

Normative Approach of Stakeholder Theory (Approccio Normativo della Teoria dello Stakeholder)

Organizational Configurations (Configurazioni Organizzative) Mintzberg

Performance Categories Baldrige

Performance Prism (Prisma delle Performance)

Portfolio Analysis (Analisi del Portafoglio)


Servant-Leadership Greenleaf

Seven Signs Of Ethical Collapse (Sette Segni del Crollo Etico) Jennings

Shareholder Value Perspective (Valore Atteso dagli Azionisti)

Six Thinking Hats de Bono

Social Intelligence

Spiral Dynamics (Dinamiche a Spirale) Graves

Stakeholder Analysis

Stakeholder Mapping

Stakeholder Value Perspective (Prospettive di Valore per gli Stakeholder)

Strategic Intent (Intento Strategico) Hamel Prahalad

Strategic Stakeholder Management (Gestione Strategica degli Stakeholder)

Strategic Thrusts (Spinte Strategiche) Wiseman

SWOT Analysis (Analisi SWOT)

Systems Thinking / Dynamics (Pensiero Sistemico/Dinamica) Forrester

Theory of Planned Behavior (Teoria del Comportamento Pianificato) Ajzen

Theory of Reasoned Action (Teoria della Azione Ragionata) Ajzen Fishbein

Value Based Management

Value Mapping Jack

Whole Brain Model Herrmann

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🔥 NUOVO L'Impossibilità di Rendere Etica Oggettiva
Penso che il grosso problema che sta corrompendo il sistema occidentale al suo interno sia nell'impossibilità di rendere oggettivi con metodi scientifici aspetti quali l'etica, la morale, la sostenibi...
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Manager donne più etiche
Penso che le manager donne si comportino in genere più eticamente delle loro controparti maschili. In media, sono meno egoiste e meno assetate di potere, che è quello che sta causando la maggior parte...
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Why do People / Organizations Act Ethically?
There are two main perspectives on why people (or businesses) act ethically:
1. The first one is on deontologic principle: one has to do what is right because that's good in it self.
2. The ...
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Professional Management Code: The MBA Oath
Doctors and lawyers have been taking a professional oath for many years. A similar initiative (on a voluntary basis) is recently started for MBA graduates, by a group of Harvard Business School Studen...
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Female Managers are More Ethical
I think female managers generally behave more ethical then their male counterparts. On average, they are less egoistic and less power-oriented, which is causing lots of problems for men....
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Consequentialist Theories in Business Ethics
Most theories pertaining to Business Ethics, Corporate Governance or Corporate Responsibility are either Consequentialist or Non-consequentialist by nature.
According to this branch of corporate ...
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Emerging of Ethics After a Chaotic State
Present day society and it's values have reached a rock bottom state leading to chaotic behavior everywhere. This cannot continue for long as the law of nature of dynamical systems indicate that order...
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Ethics Oath for Public Servants?
Any views on public servants taking this oath? Is there any country in the world where this is done? My view is that public servants command the most power because of their control over resources....
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The Difference between Ethics and Values
Values are what we believe in; Ethics are how we behave!...
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Economics with Spiritualism and Ethical Businesses are Needed
Many economists have forwarded different solutions to overcome the human sufferings and lead them to happiness, such as:
- Capitalism
- Socialism
- Communism
- Mixed economy
-...
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Ethics and the Ego-ridden Individual
In today's fast paced corporate life, the ego-ridden individual (irrespective of gender) seeks freedom from his nerve-racking run after worldly objects in the external world which leads to a life of b...
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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? P...
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Accountancy Ethics
What are Accountancy Ethics?
Ethics or moral is used to determine what is right or good.
Ethics include the study of what people ought to pursue, that what is good for people, or alternative...
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Integrity in Business: Definition and Issues
3 CONCEPTS
The concepts of integrity, morality and ethics might seem similar, but not they're not the same. Jensen (2009) explains the 3 concepts as follows:
INTEGRITY: A state or conditi...
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Buying a Problematic Business
Hello, I am about ready to buy a business. The seller is of very low morality and in debt. I have made an offer to purchase. I then find out he will be forced out of the store in two weeks. I have wi...
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Organizational Justice
Organizational justice refers to the perceived fairness of an organization and is usually based on the subjective judgments of its employees. There are three components of Organizational Justice (OJ)....
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Ethics is Universal, Flavor is Regional
I've worked in Africa, Europe, the middle east and yes, America. Ethics is a plumb line for moral character, ultimately individual in execution.
While one may work for an organization that holds ...
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Ethical Business Requires a Long Time Horizon
The universe is constructed in such a way that long-term success is based on treating others as we (when in our right minds) want to be treated.
Short term success can be had by non-ethical treat...
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When are Misdeed Committers Accepted as Advisors?
People that made a severe mistake in the past sometimes feel the need to help others to avoid making these same mistakes. And indeed, one could say that people that have experienced the making of such...
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Planned Obsolescence: Ethical or Not?
Have you ever wondered why you need to change your cell phone every 2 to 4 years? Smartphones need replacing every couple of years, as battery life fades and software updates are no longer available. ...
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Ethical Issues in Using Social Media Conversation Data for Business
Has somebody considered what kind of ethical issues need to be considered when using the social media conversation data in business and for business development?
For example, what ethical guideli...
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Is the term 'Third World' Ethical?
Why people are saying: "third world"? Do you think it is correct ethical behaviour?...
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Success Requires Responsibility
Success on any major scale requires you to accept responsibility…. In the final analysis, the one quality that all successful people have…is the ability to take on responsibility....
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The Need for a Global Business Ethics
Ethics are what is determined by the society to be right and wrong. This means that ethics can differ from one region to another.
But I still believe we must have global ethics or code of ethics ...
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Loyalty in Business and Ethics
PROBLEMS CAUSED BY LOYALTY
Stories in the media about corporate scandals, political scandals or gang-related violence often cite loyalty as one of the most important drivers of corruption. There ...
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About 'De' (德), an Ancient Chinese Moral and Ethical Virtue
The Chinese term "De" from the Shang dynasty in the twelfth century was a personal power in an individual directed to another person.
According to Wikipedia, De (/de/; Chinese: 德), also wr...
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Ethical Issues in Human Resources Management
Following a recent discussion with the Head of HR in my organisation, I was rather shocked to see that ethics did not play too much of a role. HR management plays a key role as the “keeper” and “voice...
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Confidentiality - Importance and Ethics
= Confidentiality Case =
John had just completed 30 years service in the Army and, on retirement aged 49, moved into the Defense Contractor Industry as a consultant.
His last posting, prior ...
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Personal Ethics and Responsibility Must Come First
There is a lot of information on ethics on the 12manage website.
Remember that ethics and responsibility should be personal first. Unless you have personal values and ethics they cannot be reflec...
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Shan Zhai and the Trickster
Chinese Shan Zhai (mountain fort, bandit) thrives today in copycat cell phones and the like.companies like BYD are bringing Chinese cars to the USA. The copycat lack of intellectual property regard ca...
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Ethics in Public Administration
Could someone discuss the importance of ethics in public administration? Many thanks....
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What if Superiors Have Different Ethics...
Hi everyone, managing ethics in business has become a must nowadays... But sometimes whatever is ethical for me might not be ethical for someone else...
What do we do if we come across such a sit...
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Doughnut Economics: 21st Century Economics
Kate Raworth’s book "Doughnut Economics" is a wake-up call to transform our capitalist worldview obsessed with growth into a more balanced, sustainable perspective that allows both humans and our plan...
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