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Autor     Lynn Sharp Paine
Titel    Value Shift: Why Companies Must Merge Social and Financial Imperatives to Achieve Superior Performance
Verlag    McGraw Hill
Jahr    2003
ISBN    0-07-138239-9
URL    http://books.google.es/books?id=luECnmrN1bIC

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Today’s leading companies are expected not only to create wealth and produce superior goods but also to conduct themselves as moral actors - accepting responsibility for their misdeeds, being responsive to the needs of others, and managing their own values and commitments. Contrary to theorists who have declared for centuries the corporation to be amoral, society today has endowed the corporation with a moral personality. Today’s leading companies are expected not only to create wealth and produce superior goods and services but also to conduct themselves as "moral actors’’—as responsible agents that carry out their business within a moral framework. As such, they are expected to adhere to basic ethical principles, exercise moral judgment in carrying out their affairs, accept responsibility for their deeds and misdeeds, be responsive to the needs and interests of others, and manage their own values and commitments. Contrary to theorists who for centuries have declared the corporation to be an entirely amoral creature and thus incapable of such behavior, society today has endowed the corporation with a moral personality.
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