AI and gene-editing pioneers to discuss ethics Stanford University News
AI ethics is all about power VentureBeat
Roundup: Brightside roadwork / Ardoin's rally appearance / Microsoft No.1 for ethics - Greater Baton Rouge Business Report
Roundup: Brightside roadwork / Ardoin's rally appearance / Microsoft No.1 for ethics Greater Baton Rouge Business Report
Are ethics for suckers? The US has a complicated relationship with right and wrong in 2019 - USA TODAY
Are ethics for suckers? The US has a complicated relationship with right and wrong in 2019 USA TODAY
Utah ethics office rejects complaint against personal attorney for two San Juan County commissioners - Salt Lake Tribune
Utah ethics office rejects complaint against personal attorney for two San Juan County commissioners Salt Lake Tribune
Interior Chief’s Lobbying Past Has Challenged the Agency’s Ethics Referees The New York Times
Carnival enhances its ethics and compliance function | Article Compliance Week
Should Jack Evans have voted on his own discipline? DC's ethics board is investigating. - The DC Line
With clock ticking, ethics reforms remain elusive at statehouse The Center Square
With clock ticking, ethics reforms at Illinois statehouse still elusive - Cherokee Tribune Ledger News
With clock ticking, ethics reforms at Illinois statehouse still elusive Cherokee Tribune Ledger News
Letters: Readers discuss U.S. drug appetite, billionaires’ good and Trump’s ethics - Kansas City Star
Singapore sets national AI strategy with focus on skills and ethics ComputerWeekly.com
What are the most important supply chain ethics? 3 experts weigh in Supply Chain Dive
Personal data ethics important to majority Research Live
Ethics, Endorsements, Et Cetera: What's Ahead For Veto Session Week Two - WILL News - Illinois Public Media
Ethics, Endorsements, Et Cetera: What's Ahead For Veto Session Week Two WILL News - Illinois Public Media
What clinical ethics can learn from decision science American Medical Association
On the Ethics of Separating Art from Artists The UCSD Guardian Online
Dallas mayor taps attorney Tim Powers as ethics czar, promises 'teeth' to city code - The Dallas Morning News
Dallas mayor taps attorney Tim Powers as ethics czar, promises 'teeth' to city code The Dallas Morning News
Board of Ethics reform deferred until Nov. 25 Daily Northwestern
What does it mean to be ethical in Donald Trump's America, rife with corruption and scandal? - NorthJersey.com
What does it mean to be ethical in Donald Trump's America, rife with corruption and scandal? NorthJersey.com
Hickenlooper: Press Should ‘Protect’ Me From Ethics Complaint Washington Free Beacon
Smiling rubber duck at Auschwitz ignites online debate about photo ethics - South China Morning Post
Smiling rubber duck at Auschwitz ignites online debate about photo ethics South China Morning Post
Defense Innovation Board Recommends AI Ethical Guidelines Department of Defense
UPDATE: After referendum fails, DeKalb lawmakers to reconsider ethics legislation - Atlanta Journal Constitution
UPDATE: After referendum fails, DeKalb lawmakers to reconsider ethics legislation Atlanta Journal Constitution
Editorial: Ethics complaint not about ethics Boulder Daily Camera
The Impossible Burger: Ethics and a CNA taste test Catholic News Agency
Ethics, pension fix likely to move ahead during veto session — but no big bets placed on Chicago casino - Chicago Sun-Times
Ethics, pension fix likely to move ahead during veto session — but no big bets placed on Chicago casino Chicago Sun-Times
Orlando Sentinel ethics policy in one word: Integrity | Commentary Orlando Sentinel
Former Hewitt city manager gets permanent ban from association over ethics issue - Waco Tribune-Herald
Former Hewitt city manager gets permanent ban from association over ethics issue Waco Tribune-Herald
Ethics As Freedom, Part I: Behavioral Science’s Surprising Insights About Motivation Every Ethics Manager Should Know - Forbes
Ethics As Freedom, Part I: Behavioral Science’s Surprising Insights About Motivation Every Ethics Manager Should Know Forbes
Kierkiewicz disclosure, Ethics Board presentation slowly coming together Hawaii Tribune Herald
In Demand: Business Ethics Courses Poets&Quants
With latest sign-stealing revelations, Houston Astros once again toe baseball's ethical lines - USA TODAY
With latest sign-stealing revelations, Houston Astros once again toe baseball's ethical lines USA TODAY
Washington Democrats Recruited Colorado’s John Hickenlooper for Senate Nomination Despite Looming Ethics Investigation - The Intercept
Washington Democrats Recruited Colorado’s John Hickenlooper for Senate Nomination Despite Looming Ethics Investigation The Intercept
The Office of Ethics and Compliance celebrates export compliance Penn State News
Council to make further revisions to ethics code Evanston Now
Westminster tech nonprofit hosts largest-yet ‘ethical hacking’ Capture the Flag competition - Baltimore Sun
Westminster tech nonprofit hosts largest-yet ‘ethical hacking’ Capture the Flag competition Baltimore Sun
Can I Quit Trying to Teach Ethics to Ill-Behaved Children? The New York Times
Commentary: Illinois needs ethics reform led by governor Chicago Tribune
City of Tallahassee inches toward ethics overhaul Tallahassee Democrat
UI selects former head of government ethics office for 2019 ethics award - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
UI selects former head of government ethics office for 2019 ethics award Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
House Republicans unveil ethics proposals SaukValley.com
Letter: The cost of ethics complaints Anchorage Daily News
Commissioners speak out on Nash ethics probe | News Bowling Green Daily News
Know before you vote: DeKalb County ethics referendum Atlanta Journal Constitution
Illinois House Republicans push ethics proposals in response to ongoing federal corruption probe - Chicago Tribune
Illinois House Republicans push ethics proposals in response to ongoing federal corruption probe Chicago Tribune
Rep. Katie Hill (D-Calif.) to resign from Congress amid ethics investigation The Washington Post
The Ethics of AI: What Happens When Humans Can’t Agree on What is “Right?” Wall Street Journal
Making sense of ethical dilemmas The Stanford Daily
Cullerton risks an unforced error on Springfield ethics Crain's Chicago Business
Are Randomized Poverty-Alleviation Experiments Ethical? | by Peter Singer, Arthur Baker and Johannes Haushofer - Project Syndicate
Are Randomized Poverty-Alleviation Experiments Ethical? | by Peter Singer, Arthur Baker and Johannes Haushofer Project Syndicate
Rep. Scott Plakon hid real estate holdings, ethics complaint alleges Orlando Sentinel
Pope: economics without ethics leads to 'throw-away' culture Catholic Outlook
'At your mercy': Behind scenes, ethics prosecutor pleaded with FBI to assist in Andrew Gillum case - Tallahassee Democrat
'At your mercy': Behind scenes, ethics prosecutor pleaded with FBI to assist in Andrew Gillum case Tallahassee Democrat
Ethics panel gives light slap to top House Democrat The Union Leader
2 Kennewick councilmen file ethics complaint against another. City isn’t saying who - Tri-City Herald
State ethics board finds probable cause that local attorney Siskind broke state law - Palm Beach Post
The Farewell explores the ethics of lying about a cancer diagnosis New Scientist News
Clarifying the Scope of the Legal Profession's Ethical Responsibilities: A Response to John Bies - Lawfare
Clarifying the Scope of the Legal Profession's Ethical Responsibilities: A Response to John Bies Lawfare
China's Genetic Experiments Are Pushing Ethical Limits Foreign Policy
The Only Thing You Get for Free in Life is Hungry!
My grandfather was a very wise man. Simple but wise. He once told me "The only thing you get in life for free is hungry." There is a lot of truth in that. I see it all the time online and offline that people are looking for the perverbial "free ride."
Financial Projections in Business Plans
One of the most difficult sections to write in a business plan is the proforma and financial sections. After all it is most difficult to what exact costs you will incur or what level of sales volumes are actually achievable. So often businesses are faced with excess government controls at all levels which take thousands of dollars in fees, additionally legal fees, delays and lawsuits often ensue and slow the project. You cannot know in advance what roadblocks or brick walls city planners, country agencies or Federal Regulators will come up with, as they often change their minds and add new laws in the middle of your already delayed project. These are only a few of the problems facing entrepreneurs when writing financial projections. Other issues occur from an over enthusiastic entrepreneurial positive attitude and business plan writers should double the money needed and triple the time to complete the project to be on a reality based plain. Thus if you beat your projections everyone is happy. Including bankers, investors and yourself. If folks are not happy you may find yourself in court defending yourself and making excuses, many of which many not be your fault, but in the end you are hung out to dry as the buck stops with you.
The Everyday Business Ethics Crisis Or Im Mad as Hell and Not Going to Take it Anymore
Breaking news may feature the Enron debacle, WorldCom activities, or accounting problems but we live our everyday business life making ethical choices that affect our employment and businesses. Consider the ethical choices made in these situations:
Vice of Buggery at FTC
At the Federal Trade Commission we have seen attorneys who suffer from the vice of buggery get promoted to higher and more important international divisions. Now then, are these attorneys who have personal sexual problems and are breaking the laws of sodomy not wanted in the main group of Federal Trade Commission Employees? Is the FTC worried about sexual harassment laws? Are they worried about on-the-clock Men's Restroom "Quickies" and the possibility of the need for an unflattering in-house employee investigation becoming public? Is the Federal Trade Commission afraid to fire these buggerists, for some employee unlawful termination suit? Is buggery so pervasive that the FTC has to invent new titles for these guys so they can be moved up in rank to other divisions? If so why doesn't the FTC adopt a "Don't Ask, Don't Tell Policy" to prevent special treatment of those who suffer from buggery? Can't the FTC get psychological help for these men who thrust their penis up another man's rectum? Obviously these human organs were not set up to do that. We know that the FTC continually screw with the natural order of competition and evolutionary progress of efficient competition and survival of the fittest businesses. But why are they now trying to modify humankind's evolution?
Ethics In The Workplace
Workplace Ethics is a subject that we have all heard of. In fact, the subject of Ethics in general is something that most people are familiar with. And, what is commonly understood about ethics is there are ethics and then there are workplace ethics. What most people don't realize, however, is that there is no such thing as workplace ethics; ethics are the same, (or, should be) whether in the workplace or in personal life.
There is much talk today about ethics in business - as there should be, but there should be more than talk; there should be a high moral code for all executives who are responsible to both their customers and their shareholders.
Business Ethics: An Oxymoron
An oxymoron: the juxtaposition of contradictory words or concepts. That is what we have with the term "Business Ethics". The very contradiction that is inherent in this latter phrase is an indication of the challenge that individuals who work for organizations face as we all approach the resource limits of this planet.
Ethics? How To Take the Measure Business
When asked to write a small piece pertaining to ethics and integrity in the business world, my first inclination was to draw on personal experience.
Laws and Ethics?. Who?s Kidding Who?
Years ago I read an article by a renowned psychologist wherein he wrote his studies found one percent of all human beings would never lie, cheat or steal. One percent would always lie, cheat or steal and given the right set of circumstances, the rest of us would likely lie, cheat and/or steal.
How To Build A Business Ethics Program
Recent corporate financial scandals have highlighted the importance of business ethics and legal compliance. Yet a recent National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) survey of 280 corporate CEOs and directors found that "only one of three directors felt that they were highly effective in ensuring legal compliance".
The Three Schools of Business Ethics
G. Richard Shell, author of Bargaining for Advantage: Negotiation Strategies for Reasonable People, identifies three primary schools of ethics in negotiation. To me, they are equally valuable in examining ethics in the context of business in general.
Business Ethics: The Law of Corporate Karma
According to the shamanic traditions, the great mystery of being is that all things are alive and have a level of intelligence. This is because all things are a part of the Great Spirit. However, all things also function individually, in thought and action. It is in these individual actions that karma is born. Karmic laws also state that all karma, both good and bad, must also return home...return to sender!
Conflict: Not Necessarily a Bad Thing
I got yelled at tonight. Not the type of yelling that someone does when you've done something to tick someone off, but the kind of yelling that was a swift kick in the pants about something that I'm NOT doing.
Better Business Boundaries
To get a new client, we might be inclined to make concessions no matter what the cost: offer a second or extra long sample session; reduce fees; set session times we don't want to work. We might leap at any opportunity before looking at the possible return on investment of time. These situations end up being lessons learned, sometimes painful ones.
Enron?s Ultimate Victim: Ethics
FROM the 'MORAL HIGH GROUND', where we imagine ourselves, the Enron fiasco should have come as no surprise. Enron is simply a quintessential example of the degradation of principles such as trust, loyalty and ethical standards.
How To Detect Liars In Your Business & Personal Life
We live in a world full of lies and deception. Most of us (or all of us?) lied or were forced to do so, in a small or larger scale, because of some circumstances. Unfortunately, some individuals use to prevaricate or lie deliberately. They use to do it frequently in every aspect of their life.
Tales from the Corporate Frontlines: Work Ethics and the Customer
This article relates to the Ethics in the Workplace competency, commonly evaluated in employee surveys. It gives examples of how employees and customers consider ethical behavior and sound values an integral part of your organization. This competency covers a variety of topics like customer treatment, employee professionalism, and expected/acceptable organizational behaviors. At a high level, this competency will investigate the standards by which your employees treat your customers, co-workers, and the organization itself.
The Collapse of Enron: Managerial Aspects
The Armaments Industry and Holy (?) Roman Emperors
"The time for fixing every essential right on a legal basis is while our rulers are honest and ourselves united. From the conclusion of this war we shall be going down hill. It will not then be necessary to resort every movement to the people for support. They will be forgotten, therefore, and their rights disregarded. They will forget themselves, but in the sole faculty of making money... The shackles, therefore, which shall not be knocked off at the conclusion of this war, will remain on us long, will be made heavier and heavier." - Thomas Jefferson
Tales from the Corporate Frontlines: Diversity And Success, In The Workplace
This article relates to the Diversity in the Workplace Competency, commonly evaluated in employee satisfaction surveys. This competency explores whether your organization provides understanding and supports interaction among diverse population groups while respecting individuals' personal values and ideas. Research shows that by fostering a climate where equity and mutual respect are intrinsic, an organization can create a success-oriented, cooperative and caring work environment that draws intellectual strength and produces innovative solutions from the synergy of its people.
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