In this three part segment, Dr. Scott B. Rae and Dr. Tom L. Wilson of Biola University address the issue of whether good ethical practices really do result in good economic results.
Some have said that business is premised on greed and honesty doesn’t pay, but is that really true? Is greed the engine that powers business, or is there something better and higher? What is the real purpose of business for a Christian business person? These videos will address those questions and others:
- The cost of ethical behavior, its connection to the market, why good ethics is in fact good business, and the proposition that trust, not greed, is the real engine that drives business.
- The right thing to do when faced with the inevitable ethical dilemmas that arise in the workplace, and the proposition that, in the absence of compelling reasons to the contrary, the default position of Christians should be to engage culture and keep their places at the various tables of influence in the business world. However, in recognizing that there must be limits to this, the five factors to help Christians in business determine if they should stay or walk away from a particular ethical challenge.
- The issue of bribery in foreign cultures, and the factors used in determining the important question of whether a payment is truly a bribe, a premium for faster service, or something else entirely.
Faith, Work and Business Ethics, will provide you with some new insights and practical suggestions to enable your business to be successful economically and ethically and why good ethics lead to good results in business.
Faith, Work and Business Ethics - Small Group Discussion Guide
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