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A branch of philosophy that addresses questions concepts such as good and evil, right and wrong, justice, virtue, etc.
For more information see Wikipedia: Ethics
The ethical conduct of a human system is influenced primarily by the systemic structure.
Moral behavior is like any other behavior. It is influenced primarily by structure. To change ethical conduct change beliefs.
Leaders concerned with organizational ethics should devote their energy to processes that change the structure of the organization; not changing organizational behavior.
Ethics cannot be legislated or mandated because rules of behavior don’t necessarily change structure.
Values play an important part of the ethical structure of individuals and society.
At the core of economic value lies ethical values. Humans develop their scale of economic preferences based, to a large degree, on prior established ethical values.