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Evaluating supply and demand for executive education in ethics / Katharina de Biasi, Linda Kannenberg, Inggrid Panontongan, Simon Piest; supervised by Prof. Dr. Philipp Schreck, Dr. Anja Staemmler; WCGE, Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics
VerfasserBiasi, Katharina de ; Kannenberg, Linda ; Panontongan, Inggrid ; Piest, Simon
BeiträgerSchreck, Philipp ; Staemmler, Anja
KörperschaftWittenberg-Zentrum für Globale Ethik
ErschienenLutherstadt Wittenberg : Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics, 2016
Umfang1 Online-Ressource (14 Seiten = 0,11 MB)
SpracheEnglisch
SerieReports from the field ; 1
URNurn:nbn:de:gbv:3:2-48993 
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Management summary: In an investigation about how well managers’ demand for business ethics training is met by market offers, four different categories of educational providers were identified – private academies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), universities and corporate universities. The diverse offers of these institutions are met by an increase in demand that is characterized by (1) a heightened interest in compliance-related ethical issues, (2) the wish for practical applicability of the content, (3) a diverse and disputed understanding of the term ‘ethics’, (4) the importance of the company’s corporate culture, (5) three different target groups, namely future leaders, middle and top management and (6) a preference for three formats conveying business ethics education – webinars, seminars and workshops and conferences, conventions and similar events.

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Management summary: In an investigation about how well managers’ demand for business ethics training is met by market offers four different categories of educational providers were identified – private academies non-governmental organizations (NGOs) universities and corporate universities. The diverse offers of these institutions are met by an increase in demand that is characterized by (1) a heightened interest in compliance-related ethical issues (2) the wish for practical applicability of the content (3) a diverse and disputed understanding of the term ‘ethics’ (4) the importance of the company’s corporate culture (5) three different target groups namely future leaders middle and top management and (6) a preference for three formats conveying business ethics education – webinars seminars and workshops and conferences conventions and similar events.