War, Peace and Organizational Ethics Vol: 23

Michael Schwartz
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia

Howard Harris
University of South Australia, Australia


Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781839827778
Published:
17 Sep 2020
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
176 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations
Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations (REIO) is a double-blind, peer-reviewed series that publishes rigorous academic research into organizational ethics from a wide variety of disciplinary perspectives including, but not limited to, business management, philosophy, sociology, psychology, religion, accounting, and marketing. 

In this volume, War, Peace and Organizational Ethics, expert contributors draw upon philosophers such as Aristotle, Alasdair MacIntyre, and Emmanuel Levinas in order to explore how the ethics of war and peace resonate with organizational ethics. The topics covered include: 

  • the role of business in the “War on Terror”;
  • the ethics of robot decision-making in military contexts; 
  • the use of force in UN peacekeeping missions;
  • John Wooden’s conception of moral leadership;
  • the implementation of meaningful change in relation to well-being in and outside of work; 
  • unethical pro-organizational behaviour;
  • forsaking Aristotle’s Mean and pursuing the extreme.
Ideally suited for researchers and professionals, this book poses questions that go to the very heart of the role organizations play in greater social conflicts, as well as the role that conflict plays in shaping organizations.
Introduction. War, Peace and Organizational Ethics; Michael Schwartz and Howard Harris
Chapter 1. Levinas and Business Ethics in the ‘War on Terror’; Peter McGhee
Chapter 2. The Ten Commandments of Working Robots in Organizations: From History to the Future of Robot Ethics, Legislation, and Management; Issam Kouatli, Rayan Kouatly and Abir Zaarour
Chapter 3. Closing the Gap between Promises and Outcomes: How moral frameworks can guide the realisation of United Nations deployment objectives; Charuka Ekanayake
Chapter 4. Visualizing Success: The Wisdom of John Wooden; Jim Wishloff
Chapter 5. Rushing fools and wise women: Tales for organisations aiming to improve lives; Cécile Rozuel
Chapter 6. Strong identification, Weak ideology, Organizational culture or all: Unethical Pro-Organizational Behaviour in India; Pratima Verma and Siddharth Mohapatra
Chapter 7. Forsaking the Mean for the Extreme: A Response to Provis; Michael Schwartz and Debra R. Comer
Michael Schwartz is an Associate Professor of Business Ethics in the School of Economics, Finance & Marketing at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. He is a past President of the Australian Association for Professional and Applied Ethics.  

Howard Harris taught business and professional ethics at the University of South Australia. His research interests include the role of courage in management decision making and the relevance of traditional virtues in contemporary management.

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