Business ethics training: Face-to-face and at a distance [Book Review]

Journal of Business Ethics 66 (1):117 - 126 (2006)
An 11-week hybrid distance learning/personal contact ethics training program, customized for a leading information technology firm, is described in the format of a sequential process. The process is grounded on discourse ethics and the ethics training guidelines premised by the Hastings Institute. Indications from the firm and from the program’s participants are that the training has been beneficial.
Keywords customized ethics training  distance learning  discourse ethics
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DOI 10.2307/25123816
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