Designing Ethical Workplaces: The Moldable Model


Executive leaders need a framework with which to evaluate current and to create new corporate ethical management systems in their organizations. This book offers such a framework, called the Moldable Modelc, a system of consistent components that give leaders a framework and a guide to build an organization-specific corporate ethical management system (CEMS). This book teaches how to design ethical workplaces utilizing the role modeling, context, and accountability components.
In a step-by-step process, the author guides the reader through the research-based components with definitions, theory, explanations, and the practical application of those components through suggested organizational activities. Readers can expect to develop ethical tools and a complete corporate ethical management system for implementation into their specific organizations. In just a few hours, a busy executive can have the knowledge and tools to design an ethical workplace that creates satisfied and committed employees who increase organizational productivity and competitive advantage.


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Donald D. Dunn

Donald D. Dunn is a faculty member who teaches 25 different courses in leadership, management, ethics, and practical ministry for five universities. He holds a BA in religion from MidAmerica Nazarene…

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May 31, 2016





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