The Bottom Line

Posted: May 12, 2013 in Uncategorized

The culture of a business organization, or the way management looks at the world has everything to do with the values and practices shared by the members of the group. That is not to say individual differences will not be taken into account, but ultimately, the values and practices of the group should align with the mission and goals of the company.

And just what are the goals of most organizations? The only genuine answer is to provide goods and/or services and ultimately make money. In order to effectively do this, systems and processes need to be implemented to ensure “the greatest happiness for the greatest number.” How those objectives are ethically met is clearly up to the organization. In a contemporary market that needs to be customer-focused, I believe it would be economical suicide not to consider a consequence-based approach to business.

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