Despite the long history of widespread ethical education, the incidence of ethical failures remains as prevalent as ever. In modern business, the magnitude of the problems consequent on ethical failures has grown with the increasing size, opaqueness and potential impact of the modern corporation.
The question is why? Is it just greed or is it often a case of ordinary people who might prefer to be good, doing bad things? Bob Wood says that ethical training needs some rethinking in the context of leadership. Read more