ERIC Number: EJ852211
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2004-Jun
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Reference Count: 80
Preparing Professionals to Face Ethical Challenges in Today's Workplace: Review of the Literature, Implications for PI, and a Proposed Research Agenda
Frisque, Deloise A.; Lin, Hong; Kolb, Judith A.
Performance Improvement Quarterly, v17 n2 p28-45 Jun 2004
Ethics is very much in the news today and on the minds of those who teach and/or train current and future professionals to work successfully in today's workplaces. While there seems to be agreement that organizations need to address the topic of ethics, there is also a concern about how best to proceed. Ethics and compliance offices, professional codes, ethics conferences, institutes, and centers, formal and informal ethics courses, and ethics hotlines are only some of the ways in which organizations have responded to the need for ethics preparedness. The diversity of our organizations and the global nature of our economy demands attention to multicultural/international issues as well. In this review, we examine the diverse body of literature research that explores teaching and training practices used to address ethical issues in corporations and institutions of higher education and include a special focus on multicultural environments. We discuss implications for PI professionals and propose a research agenda.
Descriptors: Professional Occupations, Professional Development, Ethics, Context Effect, Work Environment, Corporations, Reputation, Cross Cultural Training, Intercultural Communication
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