By Nathan Lee Kaplan
Nathan Lee Kaplan develops a talmudic viewpoint on administration ethics. by means of interpreting the valuable moral dilemmas of company managers in mild of acceptable traditions from the Oral Torah, this ebook bargains a serious bridge among the modern enterprise company and rabbinic Judaism’s foundational culture. the problems studied thereby comprise organizational tradition, fraud and corruption, whistle-blowing, investor and employment kinfolk, government reimbursement, company social accountability and environmental sustainability.
Read Online or Download Management Ethics and Talmudic Dialectics: Navigating Corporate Dilemmas with the Indivisible Hand PDF
Similar religious studies books
This can be a e-book on a social thought of faith and tradition. A survey of the meanings of the time period faith from Columbus to Jonathan Z. Smith units the velocity. Examples are taken from ethnography, the traditional close to East, the Greco-Roman age, and Christendom on the way to boost the innovations of imagined global, social formation, mythic grammar, and cultural mentality.
Max Weber's The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism is likely one of the best-known and so much enduring texts of classical sociology, consistently inspirational and broadly learn through either students and scholars. In an insightful interpretation, Jack Barbalet discloses that Weber's paintings isn't easily in regards to the cultural origins of capitalism yet an allegory about the Germany of his day.
Der Aufsatz gibt einen Überblick über die Anstrengungen der muslimischen Gelehrten, die Glaubwürdigkeit der Hadithe festzustellen. Diese Überlieferungen vom Propheten Muhammad sind für die Muslime nach dem Koran die zweite bedeutende Quelle, aus der sie Richtlinien für ihren Glauben, ihr Denken und Handeln beziehen.
In 'Mani on the court docket of the Persian Kings' the authors discover facts bobbing up from their venture to edit the Chester Beatty Kephalaia codex. this article provides Mani on the middle of Sasanian Iran in discussion with its sages and nobles, performing as a cultural mediator among East and West and interpreter of Christian, Iranian, and Indian traditions.
- Toward a Sociology of Irreligion
- Kierkegaard and the Quest for Unambiguous Life: Between Romanticism and Modernism: Selected Essays
- A Declaration on Peace: In God's People the World's Renewal Has Begun
- Evolving out of Eden: Christian Responses to Evolution
Extra info for Management Ethics and Talmudic Dialectics: Navigating Corporate Dilemmas with the Indivisible Hand
Yehudah’s perpective is more consequentialistic, leaving him in awe of Roman civilization’s economic and cultural achievements. 1 Issue 1: Corporate Mission, Vision, and Values 45 Yehudah the son of proselytes went and related ʸʴʩʱʥʭʩʸʢʯʡʤʣʥʤʩʪʬʤ their words, 133 and they were heard by the ʥʸʮʠʺʥʫʬʮʬʥʲʮʹʰʥʭʤʩʸʡʣ government. ” He [Rashbi] and his son went and hid in the Beit Midrash [house of study and interpretation]. Every day, [his wife] brought to them bread and a jug of water from their home, and they wrapped [the bread to eat it].
N. L. 1007/978-3-658-05255-3_2, © Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden 2014 34 2 Ethics Taxonomy Dimension 1: Philosophy and Spirit ditions. 74 These concepts are, in turn, elements of the PUMA Vision program, an ethical framework serving as the foundation of the sportswear company Puma’s institutionalized values. 75 Zeitz, who began his Puma career at the age of twentyfive and led the company out of near bankruptcy to then transform it into the world’s third largest sportswear corporation as its Chairman and CEO, 76 publicly displays integrity between his personal and corporate philosophy.
Pava, Moses, The Substance of Jewish Business Ethics, in: Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 17, No. 6, 1998, pp. 603-617; this paper also features in Pava’s work, Business Ethics: A Jewish Perspective, New York, NY, 1997, pp. 83-112. Despite the prevalence in the Jewish business ethics literature of Rava’s and R. Shimon b. Yochai’s teachings that are examined in this section, these traditions have not yet been applied to the issue of corporate philosophy, and their content is mostly analyzed only superficially, with a lack of philological focus on the exact wording of the traditions and of contextual perspective particularly regarding the biographies of the two sages.
Management Ethics and Talmudic Dialectics: Navigating Corporate Dilemmas with the Indivisible Hand by Nathan Lee Kaplan