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Ethical issues is a problem (issues) or a situation which requires a business organization or a person to select the choices that have to be examined as a ethical (right) or unethical (wrong) ways. The ethical issues needed full of ideas, reflection, understanding, logical thinking thoughts, and a great planning to be resolved in unfolded solutions. The utmost basic and necessary ethical issues in business management are confronting of integrity (honesty) and trust. The fundamental concept of honesty includes the understanding of managing and regulating and run the business affairs with righteousness, promises, and commitments to handle each stakeholders fairly and reasonably. The ethical issues in business management have often been synchronized and coincided. Also the kinds and measures have been replaced in the current global business scenario. Moreover, the digitalization and globalization of business management has changed the ethical issues and also stressed as an indication and confirmation by the broadening of the issues and grievances. In the changing global business scenario, now-a-days business management becomes more complicated, at the same time, a numerous of ethical issues have emerged concurrently. Hence, an extensive considerate of ethical issues and precognitive of alleviate alternatives is needed, so accordingly for these analyses, consequences have been attempted. Earlier, the perception of the ethical issues in business management had linked to the administrative rules and regulations in the business organizations. But currently ethical issues are inconsistent in nature, for instance, employee’s rights issues and professional ethics. Today’s business environment, the ethical issues like honesty, fairness, and justice are the important and main issues that are constituting a complicated dilemma and impasse to the business management. Some of the ethical issues in business management are diversity issues; decision-making issues; compliance and grievance issues; health and safety issues; social networking ethics; harassment and discrimination in the work place; social media rants; ethics in accounting practices; whistleblowing; non-disclosure and corporate espionage; toxic work place culture; technology and privacy practices; questionable use of company technology; unethical leadership; and conflicting goals, etc. The objective of this research paper is to study the various aspects of ethical issues in business management and provide a way of resolving them.
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Ethical Issues in Modern Business Management
Mohammed t. nuseir , ahmad ghandour.
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Ethical issues in modern business management
2019, Mohammed T. Nuseir
The ethical issues in business management have always been co-existing, but their type and quantum have been changed in the present digital world. The globalisation and digitisation of business have not only altered the ethical issues but also their gravity, as evidenced by the widening of problems and complaints. In the 21st century, business management is becoming more complex while a multitude of ethical issues appears simultaneously. Thus, an in-depth understanding of ethical problems and identification of mitigating options is required, for which these review efforts have been undertaken. Highly relevant research studies were selected from the literature and presented in a critique style, elaborating both sides of the picture. Significant findings were documented logically with consequent conclusions. Biographical notes: Mohammed T. Nuseir is an Associate Professor in Business and Marketing with a cross-cultural background and possessing superior academic and training experience at multinational academic institutes and corporations. He holds academic degrees from American and Canadian universities along with his professional experience in training senior management levels in a wide variety of fields such as e-marketing strategies, marketing management, social media, international business, sales, and human resources management. In addition to his experience in teaching UG and graduate level students, and his experience in conducting specialised training programs, he has been supervising Master and PhD students. Moreover, his work extended to research papers, where he has published many papers in collaboration with some fellows in peer-reviewed regional and international business journals, with a focus of topics that aim at organisational development and international organisations operating in Jordan and the ME region. Ahmad Ghandour is a Researcher and an Associate Professor currently at the Al Ain University of Science and Technology in UAE. His pursuit of knowledge and excellence in learning is a passion for him demonstrated in a successful tertiary study completed in three different countries. His research focuses are business value of websites, the power of social media in business, management information systems and business continuity. Prior to being an Ethical issues in modern business management 593 academic, He has had experience working for the military and the private sector. The diversity of his career populated him with a different taste of experience. He actively research and publish papers in academic journals and present in international conferences within his research domains. He is also sitting in an editorial board and a reviewer in many well-known international journals.
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On classic and modern ethical issues in business and management academic research
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Ethical issues are critical to researchers, and this has been a hot topic in decades. Many classic ethical issues, such as plagiarism and fabrication, are repetitively discussed, but some contemporary ethical issues are still problematic and overlooked for researchers, especially those young scholars. The purpose of this paper is to analyse and discuss ethical issues around contemporary business and management academic studies. This paper found that first, scholars are internally and externally pushed to produce rigorous theory development papers, neglecting the relevance of practice. Second, researchers devoted themselves in improving their academy degree or meeting requirements from their employers instead of dealing with practical problems and their interests in research. Third, some 'self-plagiarism' behaviours, such as segmented publication, are arguable in the academy study, which leads to a waste of publication, but it is hard to discern and needs to be tackled.
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The ethical issues in business management have always been co-existing, but their type and quantum have been changed in the present digital world. The globalisation and digitisation of business have not only altered the ethical issues but also their gravity, as evidenced by the widening of problems and complaints. In the 21st century, business management is becoming more complex while a multitude of ethical issues appears simultaneously. Thus, an in-depth understanding of ethical problems and identification of mitigating options is required, for which these review efforts have been undertaken. Highly relevant research studies were selected from the literature and presented in a critique style, elaborating both sides of the picture. Significant findings were documented logically with consequent conclusions.
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