Spiritual scriptures impact on six ethical models influencing organizational practices
Waymond Rodgers and
Susana Gago Rodríguez
DEE - Working Papers. Business Economics. WB from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Departamento de EconomÃa de la Empresa
Moral issues greet the business community constantly, confronting us with problems on handling accounting rules that can determine a company's future. We are bombarded with news regarding fraudulent activities in companies that mishandled accounting rules leading to undermining the confidence of customers, employees, suppliers, shareholders and the community. Dealing with ethical issues is often perplexing and without the benefits of a decision making model underlined by ethical positions we may be apt to repeat our old ways. Further, value and belief systems are often times absent and not connected to a decision making model in a useful manner. We argue for a modification of decision-making models that has been accepted in companies with stronger links with ethics and morality. With this aim we propose a return to the base values of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, and Islam by scriptures, underlying six dominant ethical approaches that drive practices in organizations.
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