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Technology-driven businesses and moral compass
Rohini Balapumi & Rubaiyet Khan ask; do we understand how the scenario and importance of being moral have become more relevant today due to the power of information technology in our society?
Fairer society
The role of governments and organisations in rebuilding public trust
Dr Hassan Imam, Kyoto University, Japan on how trust is fundamental to human relationships, whether between individuals at the micro level, businesses at meso level, or a vital component in developing a free, fair, and democratic society at the macro level.
Responsible management
From the voluntary to mandatory regime: An account of modern slavery disclosure from Australian companies
Discusses modern slavery, and how the Australian government has attempted to tackle this with the introduction of its Modern Slavery Act.
Responsible management
Why we need more ethical leadership in business
Unethical behaviour may result from flawed individuals, unethical workplaces or wrong systems, but in all three cases ethical leadership is crucial to realise change.
Responsible management
Stakeholder capitalism & the political limits of corporate morality
While stakeholder capitalism will always align with the agenda of corporate power, real social impact requires a resurgence of democracy and a renewed political demand for economic equality.
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Common traps that impact the adoption of moral compass in leadership
Great leaders also have the courage to stand against unethical practices. Nevertheless, often some leaders fail in making ethical judgment as they fall into psychological traps.
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