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Business Integrity in Practice by Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch

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Chapter 6

A Consulting Model that Clarifies Core Values and Promotes Greater Organizational Integrity

William B. Mesa

Introduction

Humanistic organizations are concerned with the kinds of meaning that will sustain it for the long term. The increasing need for organizations to act with integrity is imperative given the documented decline in ethical culture and behavior.1 The kinds of meaning that are most important to an entity are ultimately acted upon by the entity—whether the actions are beyond goals of profit or focused on profitability shaped by business values.2 This chapter explores how humanistic organizations are those that act beyond a goal of profitability and have a vision that generates clarity during times of turbulence or flourishing. ...

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