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Designing Ethical Workplaces: The Moldable Model Textbook, forthcoming September 2015

Poster, presented at MNU Week of Scholarship, April 2015.

English
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The Moldable Model: Designing an Effective Corporate Ethical Management System

Donald D. Dunn

From the Abstract: The current literature that discussed ethical leadership, specifically the management of corporate ethics, lacked a consensus toward a consistent component model for a corporate ethical management system (CEMS).

The current literature that discussed ethical leadership, specifically the management of corporate ethics, lacked a consensus toward a consistent component model for a corporate ethical management system (CEMS). This qualitative, multiple case study utilized semi-structured interviews of six executives and 15 employees, organizational document analysis, and an observational tour of each case or organization in order to discover and design a consistent component CEMS, including participant perceptions of the effectiveness of their CEMS.
English
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Dissertation
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00001828
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