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Managing for Ethical–Organizational Integrity by Daniel Palmer, Abe Zakhem

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CHAPTER 2

Rights, Duties, and Other Obligations

In the last chapter we stated that one essential aspect for promoting ethical–organizational integrity is trying to do what is good for stakeholders. More specifically, doing what is good means understanding and trying to meet stakeholder expectations and developing mutual stakeholder capabilities. When done well this is best for one’s career, company, and society. In this chapter, we introduce a second essential component for promoting ethical–organizational integrity. This involves understanding and doing what is right. What we will soon realize is that

while managing for stakeholders and driving company success is good, certain attempts to do so may violate important rights and thus may not be ...

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