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Hartman/DesJardins is designed to prepare the student to apply an ethical decision-making model, not only in this ethics course but throughout her or his business discipline. This model teaches students ethical skills, vocabulary, and tools to apply in everyday business decisions and throughout their business courses. The authors speak in a sophisticated yet accessible man Hartman/DesJardins is designed to prepare the student to apply an ethical decision-making model, not only in this ethics course but throughout her or his business discipline. This model teaches students ethical skills, vocabulary, and tools to apply in everyday business decisions and throughout their business courses. The authors speak in a sophisticated yet accessible manner while teaching the fundamentals of business ethics. Hartman's professional background in law and her teaching experience in the business curriculum, combined with DesJardins' background in philosophy, results in a broad language, ideal for this approach and market. The authors' goal is to engage the student by focusing on cases and business scenarios that students already find interesting. Students are then asked to look at the issues from an ethical perspective. Additionally, its focus on AACSB requirements makes it a comprehensive business ethics text for business school courses. The goal for the second edition remains the same as for the first: to provide "a comprehensive yet accessible introduction to the ethical issues arising in business." Hartman and DesJardins have retained the focus on decision-making as well as the emphasis on both personal and policy-level perspectives on ethics. This edition continues to provide pedagogical support throughout the text. The most noticeable changes involve a thorough updating of distinct items such as Reality Checks, Decision Points, and readings to reflect new cases, examples and data.


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Hartman/DesJardins is designed to prepare the student to apply an ethical decision-making model, not only in this ethics course but throughout her or his business discipline. This model teaches students ethical skills, vocabulary, and tools to apply in everyday business decisions and throughout their business courses. The authors speak in a sophisticated yet accessible man Hartman/DesJardins is designed to prepare the student to apply an ethical decision-making model, not only in this ethics course but throughout her or his business discipline. This model teaches students ethical skills, vocabulary, and tools to apply in everyday business decisions and throughout their business courses. The authors speak in a sophisticated yet accessible manner while teaching the fundamentals of business ethics. Hartman's professional background in law and her teaching experience in the business curriculum, combined with DesJardins' background in philosophy, results in a broad language, ideal for this approach and market. The authors' goal is to engage the student by focusing on cases and business scenarios that students already find interesting. Students are then asked to look at the issues from an ethical perspective. Additionally, its focus on AACSB requirements makes it a comprehensive business ethics text for business school courses. The goal for the second edition remains the same as for the first: to provide "a comprehensive yet accessible introduction to the ethical issues arising in business." Hartman and DesJardins have retained the focus on decision-making as well as the emphasis on both personal and policy-level perspectives on ethics. This edition continues to provide pedagogical support throughout the text. The most noticeable changes involve a thorough updating of distinct items such as Reality Checks, Decision Points, and readings to reflect new cases, examples and data.

56 review for Business Ethics: Decision Making for Personal Integrity and Social Responsibility

  1. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    Used the 2010 2nd edition of this book in Ethics class. Great up to date material - students really seem to enjoy it

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bob Roller

    I am using this book as one of two required texts in a Business Ethics course. The biggest strength of the book is that it is based around a realistic ethical decision-making framework. This framework is established in the first few chapters and then is referred back to throughout the text. The model helps the students understand how to make ethical decisions. The model fits well with the other required textbook for the class, Just Business by Alexander Hill. There are a few weaknesses. The secti I am using this book as one of two required texts in a Business Ethics course. The biggest strength of the book is that it is based around a realistic ethical decision-making framework. This framework is established in the first few chapters and then is referred back to throughout the text. The model helps the students understand how to make ethical decisions. The model fits well with the other required textbook for the class, Just Business by Alexander Hill. There are a few weaknesses. The sections are overly long and it's not always clear what the point is. Second, the liberal bias of the authors is obvious. Third, the PowerPoint slides provided by the publisher are very poorly done, both in terms of design and content. After using them for a few chapters, I decided to edit them significantly, both to make them more interesting, but also to focus on key concepts. In most cases, I have cut the number of slides for each chapter in half. The strengths of the book outweighs its weaknesses, so I will continue to use it as one of two required books for this class.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Berke

    Tried to learn and enjoy the book but it starts to get unbearable after the first two chapters. There are some great lessons that emphasize the importance of trust, ethics, and law compliance to further your economical interests but the book gives out the messages and examples in a tedious manner. Secondly there are some very interesting quotes that convinced me to read other related books. Only if the authors could have written in it a concise, more readable way. 2 starts for the list of example Tried to learn and enjoy the book but it starts to get unbearable after the first two chapters. There are some great lessons that emphasize the importance of trust, ethics, and law compliance to further your economical interests but the book gives out the messages and examples in a tedious manner. Secondly there are some very interesting quotes that convinced me to read other related books. Only if the authors could have written in it a concise, more readable way. 2 starts for the list of examples of companies exemplifying ethical and non ethical businesses. 1 star for the quotes.

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    Deki Santosa

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