Managerial Ethics: The Ethics in the Enterprise Organizations
AbstractThe present article has for objective to present the ethics meanings, its application and importance in the enterprise organizations. Century XX was marked by deep transformations in the most diverse fields of the activity human being, also perceived in its finish a concern with the enterprise ethical behavior. Was transferred to charge it of the companies a bigger concern with the quality of its products and the way that these organizations treated its diverse public, the intern and the external one. The ethical behavior in an organization does not have to be to result only of a requirement of the market, but of spontaneous behavior. The importance that the organizations possess in the present time made with that many scholars called our time of Managerial Age, therefore its paradigm is the company, who influences the society.
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Bondarik, R., Pilatti, L. A., & de Francisco, A. C. (2006). Managerial Ethics: The Ethics in the Enterprise Organizations. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 1(5), 69-75. Retrieved from https://www.jotmi.org/index.php/GT/article/view/art31
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