Business Ethics for the 21st Century (DBE03)
Ethical decisions in business are everywhere. Managers and leaders, ideally, choose the moral right versus the moral wrong all the time. Organizations have learned that the costs of unethical actions can be high, both legally, and from the perspective of brand image and reputation. This introductory-level course introduces the major ethical frameworks in business and seeks to give you a strong foundation in ethical business practices, whether as an individual, as a leader or as stewards of the organization. This course reviews how organizations can establish and encourage an ethical culture while monitoring for compliance.
Estimated length: 10 hrs
Access Time: 90 days
1 CEUs | 10 PDUs
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