Is it possible for unethical companies–and individuals–to change and become ethical? How? If “unethical companies and individuals” refers to those who have made some mistakes, then the outlook for change is somewhat positive. Unethical behavior occurs for a variety of reasons, including ignorance, ambiguity, and a reward system that encourages it. Decreasing these types of …
Why should companies and employees be ethical? How would you add to, subtract from, or modify IBTE’s “Nine Good Reasons”?
What are the primary ethical issues and challenges we must face up to in the emerging biotechnology realm (genomics, bioengineering, etc.)? Who should take responsibility here? What are the first steps to be taken?
What responsibilities, if any, should corporations have to their communities? How should these be balanced with accountability to their shareholders?
What do you do to maintain balance and boundaries for yourself and your family in this fast-paced, always-connected economy?
Are there genuine moral/ethical concerns raised in your mind by globalization? What and why?
Can companies or individuals do business effectively with each other electronically without the benefit of trust developed through meeting face-to-face?
Is loyalty between employer and employee important in the workplace today, and what are the key issues to consider?
How has the Internet changed the nature of your work? What challenges have you encountered in making the changes personally?
Many of us are dealing with high volume e-mail. How many daily e-mail messages do you receive? How do you handle your e-mail so that you neither overlook important messages, or waste time on unimportant ones?