Practical Business Ethics: In these times, one of the most important aspects of management is business ethics.

Task: Identification and classification of ethical and moral principles in a business setting.
• Challenge: Combination of profit-maximizing behavior and goals with non-economic concerns.
  Description: Combination of ethics is a form of rational decision making
Interest: A continuous interest in business ethics during the 1980s  and 1990s, both within major corporations and within academia.
Intention: The intention of business ethics is not to convince people to be ethical.
Assumption: The assumption is that people want to be ethical because it is part of human nature.

Target groups:

  • Executives, middle managers and team leaders


  • Social responsibility, ethics and morals,
  • Corporate Social Responsibility,
  • Dilemmas,
  • Principles and consequences in ethical dilemmas,
  • Principle-based ethics,
  • Consequentialist ethics,
  • Virtue ethics
  • Care ethics
  • Confirmity and obedience,
  • Rational choice in ethical issues,
  • Practical examples and ethical cases


  • Lecture, discussions, work in groups, role plays



2 days 

Number of participants: 8-10 participants


Price: Upon request

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