• Entrepreneurship and corporate social responsibility: a case study of SMEs in Oxfordshire

      Oxford Brookes University. Faculty of Business; Judy Ewili (Oxford Brookes University, 01/02/2015)
      This research aims to understand the relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Entrepreneurship by focusing on Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs). The research employs a case-study approach which focuses on SMEs in Oxfordshire. This businesses were referred by the Federation of Small businesses; a credible supporter of small businesses in the UK. The small businesses used for the case-study are from different sectors in order to get a well-rounded view for the purpose of the research. The small businesses also included both micro and small businesses; to get a balanced view on the attitudes of SMEs to CSR. The small businesses participating in this research all indicated an interest to contribute to the society and be responsible.
    • Compliance as a Service in Information Technology Manufacturing Organizations: An Exploratory Case Study

      Bill Emerson; Damien McGovern; Tom Butler (International Federation for Information Processing, 1970-01-01)
      In recent years, environmental concerns have led to a significant increase in the number and scope of compliance imperatives across all global regulatory environments. The complexity and geographical diversity of these environments has caused considerable problems for organizations, particularly those in high technology industries. This paper first employs institutional theory to help understand the challenges for information technology manufacturing organizations that emanate from global institutional environments. While culturalcognitive and normative influences from society at large and industry based bodies have stimulated environment oriented corporate social responsibility initiatives, it is undoubtedly regulatory influences that have generated the deepest responses in terms of the adoption of new compliance oriented procedures and protocols. This paper first describes the general response from the organizational field in which high technology firms operate and notes the extent of the response, with environmental compliance management systems being one of the institutional arrangements that organizations have adopted. The findings of empirical research based on Compliance and Risks Ltd.s compliance to product application and its deployment in Napa Inc., a Silicon Valley based Fortune 500 company, are then offered and analyzed to illustrate the scale and scope of information systems support required to institute adequate compliance oriented protocols and procedures in response to global regulatory influences, while also answering concerns raised by normative and culturalcognitive sources. Full Text at Springer, may require registration or fee
    • Small groups revisited : a psycho-pastoral study

      Darmanin, Alfred (University of Malta. Faculty of Theology, 1985)
      Writing about small groups in the eighties may be considered as an
 attempt at tracing the history of a phenomenon once at its peak of interest
 but now an anachronistic topic. For some this might appear like resuscitating
 
 a controversial issue already buried a decade ago. The small group phenomenon witnessed a sharp increase of interest and became a constant focus
 
 of attention during the decades following World War II only to taper off
 
 during the seventies. This is particularly noticeable in surveying the psycho-
 logical literature on the subject and in observing the growth and decline of
 
 this phenomenon in church-related settings. This historical fact allows us,
 however, to view and assess the small group phenomenon 'at a distance',
 retrospectively, without being biased by the popular enthusiasm so
 prevalent at the time.
    • Medical ethics and the clinical curriculum: a case study.

      Doyal, L; Hurwitz, B; Yudkin, JS (1987-09)
      There are very few medical ethics courses in British medical schools which are a formal part of the clinical curriculum. Such a programme is described in the following, along with the way in which the long-term curriculum committee of the University College and Middlesex Hospital Joint Medical School was persuaded to make it compulsory for first-year students. Pedagogical lessons which have been learned in its planning and implementation are outlined and teaching materials are included concerning student and course assessment which should be useful for others engaged in similar work. Finally, some of the institutional obstacles facing such attempts are discussed, particularly problems concerning timetabling, different types of opposition and the consequent importance of building alliances among clinical teaching staff.
    • Benefiting business & the environment Case studies of cost savings and new opportunities from environmental initiatives

      Hill, J.; Marshall, I.; Priddey, C; Institute of Business Ethics, London (United Kingdom) (1994)
      SIGLE
    • Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies

      Syriopoulos, Konstantinos (Allied Academies, 1994)
      The journal aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the business and management by including all the key areas within the field of business administration including human resource management, business economics, laws & ethics, corporate social responsibility, finance, accounting, marketing etc. Sponsored by the international academy for case studies, the journal enjoys the rare distinction of offering exclusive cases with teaching case which can be used for class room discussion in business schools. The journal thus encourages authors to contribute case studies on subject areas including but not limited to: management, marketing, leadership, international business, public administration, finance and accounts, organizational behavior, entrepreneurial ecosystems in developing economies, the evolution of banking system, banking case studies - money laundering, anatomy of a scandal, lessons from the financial crisis, retail banking, great recession, monetary policy, quality and safety attributes, business laws, corporate social responsibility, training & development, six-sigma projects, strategic investment, evaluating financial and social returns for investors, game-changing technologies, asset allocation principles, e-feedback,creative promotions, ethics cases, minority enterprises, unfair labor practices, tax exemption, technology integration, gaming and economic development, corporate culture, gender discrimination at work places, and accounting information systems. Free access to back issues on publisher's website since 2003- (https://www.abacademies.org/journals/journal-of-the-international-academy-for-case-studies-home.html).
    • Une expérience de soins en santé mentale pour des patients sourds

      Cajal, Manuel (dph dialogues, propositions, histoires pour une citoyenneté mondiale, 1994)
      "La pratique auprès des patients sourds, dans le cadre du travail d’un secteur de psychiatrie général parisien, peut être illustrée à travers différents aspects. 1- Les trajectoires personnelles de certains patients égarés dans des lieux de soins inappropriés, 2- le suivi des patients sourds à la Consultation Médico-Psychologique, 3- le suivi des patients sourds à l’hôpital de jour, 4- les projets de développement de l’accueil des patients sourds au sein du Centre d’Accueil Thérapeutique à Temps Partiel (CATTP) en intra hospitalier."
    • Ethical Theory and Bribery

      Adeney-Risakotta, Bernard T. (InterVarsity Press, 1995)
      "In interviews with Christian from all parts of the world working in "Third World" countries, the most commonly cited moral problem is corruption or bribery. This chapter explores how Western ethical theory of moral choice might contribute to a sharpened perception of the nature of moral reality in relation to this thorny issue. I will examine a case study in order to consider how classical ethical categories and more recent conceptions contribute to an understanding of what is at stake in a particular crosscultural problem. This will provide both an in-depth ethical analysis of bribery and the outlines of an ethical method for evaluating other crosscultural dilemmas. [...]", p. 142
    • The Case of the Sole Remaining Supplier

      Shanks, Thomas (Markkula Center, 1996)
      Should the only remaining supplier of transistors to the Pacemaker company continue the contract? This was discussed in 1975 at the beginning stage of this technology. At this moment some indicidents happened and the company is affraid of lawsuits.
    • Mediating Conflicting Constructions of Childhood Sexual Experience: A Case Study

      Simonson, Lynnell J. (DigitalCommons@WayneState, 1996-01-01)
      This paper describes a case study involving two primary school age children and their sexual experience together. The young girl interpreted the experience as abuse, and the young boy defined the experience as exploration. The cultural, environmental and structural factors which may have contributed to this difference of interpretation are presented. The author discusses the criterion used to distinguish between sexual exploration and sexual abuse between two children and addresses the difficulty in applying these standards to the normal sexual behavior of children. A case study is presented using the constructionist paradigm to mediate the conflicting interpretation of events, so that both definitions of the situation are recognized as authentic. The case study presents a situation where it may be in the best interest of all involved to validate both childrens' perceptions of reality. Finally, the author concludes with a detailed discussion of the mediation methods used to resolve the intractable conflict and the ethical issues raised by their use.
    • Case studies in business ethics

      Internet Archive; Donaldson, Thomas, 1945-; Gini, Al, 1944- (Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, 1996-01-01)
      Includes bibliographical references
    • ACA ethical standards casebook

      Internet Archive; Barbara Herlihy (American Counseling Association, 1996-01-01)
    • ETHICS APPLIED TO BUSINESS

      Žitinski-Šoljić, Maja (University of Dubrovnik, 1997)
      The author's central concern is how conflicts of interests and roles in business should be properly evaluated. Through the study and analysis of particular cases we realize that fundamental obligation of business becomes the appeal to protect the environment, to establish economic justice and to overcome egoism, relativity, and even organizational misconduct in business management. The problem of confrontation of ethics with law, shows that the question of product liability includes thinking of everything that could possibly go wrong. Business ethics is not a theoretical science, it does not attempt to apply ethical principles violently, it rather helps us to refine our own commitments, using the problem-based form of analysis to show what is desirable to do in an antagonistic situation in which we must be aware of more and less successful ways of handling problems.
    • The Case of the Performance Appraisal

      Shanks, Thomas (Markkula Center, 1997)
      New Chief Financial Officer and member of Executive Committee is expected to lay off long term employees without having an evalutation of their performance. Compared to other employees who have been evaluated.
    • Ethical decision-making in individual counselling among secondary school guidance teachers

      Wong, Wai-hung; 黃偉雄 (University of Hong Kong (Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong), 1998)
    • Ethical decision-making in individual counselling among secondary school guidance teachers

      Wong, Wai-hung; 黃偉雄 (The University of Hong Kong (Pokfulam, Hong Kong), 1998)
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    • Ethical decision-making in individual counselling among secondary school guidance teachers

      Wong, Wai-hung; 黃偉雄 (University of Hong Kong (Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong), 1998)