Why should business integrate ethics?

Dear reader

It is always with great interest and curiosity that I follow the research work of other professors, especially when they teach at our business school in Horgen.

This time I recommend you a reading, which is co-authored*) by Mark Esposito. Mark is associate professor at the Grenoble Ecole de Management in France and also visiting professor at the Lorange Institute of Business.

Prof Mark Esposito Prof. Mark Esposito

If you like to see, hear and work with Mark, you should not miss the upcoming 5th Zurich Business Forum on September 21/22.

During the forum, a 2-day event, dedicated to innovation and technology, you can meet Mark during his Friday afternoon workshop with a clear focus on open innovations. (Download 5th ZBF Programm).

The book I recommend is called “Business Ethics A Critical Approach: Integrating Ethics Across the Business World” and I could hardly get better to the heart of the book than Nigel F. B. Allington from the University of Cambridge, UK who wrote that “this provocative and stimulating new book is a welcome diagnosis of the ethical issues underpinning a wide range of academic disciplines and subjects.”

Click the image to download a info sheet (pdf)

I am looking forward to meeting Mark in August. In the meantime I wish you all a nice summer holiday and a good reading!

Peter Lorange

*) Co-Authors

Patrick O’Sullivan is Professor and Head of Department of People, Organizations and Society at Grenoble Ecole de Management, France.

Mark Smith is Associate Professor of Human Resource Management at Grenoble Ecole de Management, France.

Mark Esposito is Associate Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Leadership at Grenoble Ecole de Management, France.


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