Review for the volume Practicing Relational Ethics in Organizations, Authors: Gitte Haslebo, Maja Loua Haslebo, Taos Institute Publications, ISBN 978-0-9819076-8-0 (English version)
Antonio Sandu ()
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Antonio Sandu: Postdoctoral fellow financed by The Management Authority for the Sectorial Operational Program „Development of Human Resources” within the project “Postdoctoral studies in the domain of ethics in health policies” at „Gr. T. Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy from Iasi. Project funded from the Social European Fund through the Sectorial Operational Program „Development of Human Resources” 2007-2013; Lecturer Ph.D. at “Mihail Koglniceanu” University from Iai; Chairman of Lumen Publishing House; Address: Tepes Voda, OP 3, CP 780, Iasi, Romania
Postmodern Openings, 2012, vol. 10, 99-103
The volume Practicing Relational Ethics in Organizations having as authors Gitte Haslebo and Maja Loua Haslebo issued by Taos Institute Publications Ohio USA, discusses relational ethics and ethical practice in the organization. The problem of ethical practice in the organization besides being a necessity for business it overlaps with aspects of organizational culture, personnel management, leadership. Within the organizational ethics, the authors select the issue of relational ethics from a social, constructionist and appreciative perspective. The authors (Haslebo and Haslebo, 2012) aim to inspire the readers through a complex approach of ethical relations within the organization that are fundamentally unpredictable and subject to continuous change.
Keywords: Practicing Relational Ethics in Organizations; Gitte Haslebo; Maja Loua Haslebo (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A23 Z0 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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