Clint Laurent Tomorrow's World. A Look at the Demographic and Socio-economic Structure of the World in 2032
Theodore Malloch Roosevelt The End of Ethics and A Way Back. How To Fix A Fundamentally Broken Global Financial System
James Gorrie R. The China Crisis. How China's Economic Collapse Will Lead to a Global Depression
Ken Moraif Buy, Hold, and Sell!
Herman Cain Economic Warfare. Secrets of Wealth Creation in the Age of Welfare Politics
Saloni Ramakrishna Enterprise Compliance Risk Management
Simon Lack A. Bonds Are Not Forever. The Crisis Facing Fixed Income Investors
David Powell J. The Trader's Guide to the Euro Area. Economic Indicators, the ECB and the Euro Crisis
Russian Business Law - Compendium № III
Pietra Rivoli The Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy. An Economist Examines the Markets, Power, and Politics of World Trade. New Preface and Epilogue with Updates on Economic Issues and Main Characters
Alan Crawford Angela Merkel. A Chancellorship Forged in Crisis
Socio-linguistic Analysis of the Settlers in the Brazilian Amazon
Steve Giles The Business Ethics Twin-Track. Combining Controls and Culture to Minimise Reputational Risk
Robert Kolb W. Lessons from the Financial Crisis. Causes, Consequences, and Our Economic Future
Stephen Henn K. Business Ethics. A Case Study Approach
Institute a proactive reputational management framework that matches individual behaviour to organizational values The Business Ethics Twin-Track is a practical guide to reputational risk management. A deep exploration of the concept of reputation, the ways in which it can suffer, and the consequences when it does, the book outlines an ethics controls framework that can mitigate risk and improve business performance. Readers will learn how to identify and manage weaknesses, and how to institute a system of governance that embeds proper, ethical conduct into the corporate culture. A clear set of controls and procedures provides actionable instruction that can be customised to suit the organisational structure, and discussion of historical and international ethics provides the context for implementation. Case studies illustrate the real-world applications, while interviews with executives from a variety of sectors provide important practical insights into some of the key issues discussed in the book. The law regulates behaviour in health and safety and financial crime, but otherwise, conduct is largely determined by the culture, ethics and values of an organisation. Effective reputation management is complex, and often difficult to achieve, as much of the available information on the topic is more theoretical than practical. This book bridges the gap by providing the tools that will help managers to: Implement a modern ethics control framework, encompassing codes, officers, reporting lines and training Consider the role of the media and social media in reputational damage to individuals and organisations Analyse the key controls in responsibility and governance frameworks from around the world Determine the causes and controls of conduct risk, including incompetence, negligence and criminality Today's fast-paced media environment means corporate reputations can be obliterated in moments, and damage limitation is often too little, too late. Adopting the measures set out in this book will embed ethics into the culture, and match people's behaviours to the organisation's values.