Roth, a consultant who has worked in the corporate world and taught management theory, reviews management theories like Six Sigma, downsizing, competition, performance appraisals, quality improvement and Baldrige criteria, and management by objective and their problems, and offers alternatives to enable a more positive work culture, such as the systems approach to quality improvement, creating more productive executives, designing more profitable businesses, improving workplace ethics, emphasizing a development ethic
over a work ethic, better training, improving safety, focusing unions on wider issues, and updating the concept of laissez-faire economics.
Crocker, "Functioning and Capability: The Foundations of Sen's and Nussbaum's Development Ethic
, Part 2.
It is proud of its strong training and development ethic
, its flexible, 'can-do' attitude to problem-solving, and its friendly and client-focused work culture, which has led it to have a very low staff turnover rate for its industry.
Though best known for the millions of seashells that blanket their beaches, the islands' greatest resources may be the hard-headed, resident mavericks who have for decades eschewed the development ethic
that pervades much of Florida.
Particularists either reject the existence of universal principles or affirm only the procedural principle that each nation or society should draw on its own traditions and decide its own development ethic
In 1971, development ethics
was inaugurated as a new field of study with the publication of 'The Cruel Choice' by the theorist Denis Goulet.
The articles dealing explicitly with research ethics were an agenda arguing for establishing development ethics
(Crocker, 1991), an editorial reflecting on personal behavior in development practice (Chambers, 1997), a discussion of the challenges of researching gender violence in schools (Leach, 2006), a reflection on participatory methods for compiling national statistics (Barahona & Levy, 2007), a discussion of tensions in combining qualitative and quantitative research (Kanbur & Shaffer, 2007), a reflexive discussion of ethical issues for a researcher in empirical economics (Jackson, 2009), and a discussion of feminist epistemologies in development studies (Jackson, 2006).
One has to go back to 1949 and the United Nations Scientific Conference on the Conservation and Utilization of Resources to find minerals and mining included as part of global environmental and development ethics
The two-day symposium will include four sessions, the first on morals and heritage, the second on 'Islamic Ethics and the Needs of the World', the third on the Nation and Cultural Development Ethics
and the fourth on 'Ethics and Information Society and Ethics and Society Institutions'.
The essays are collected in three sections: the nature of development ethics
in light of philosophical and religious traditions; applications of development ethics
to economic analysis and growth, technological change, violent conflict, and globalization; and the practice of development ethics
in relation to specific contexts.
Individual essays include "Development Ethics
: A Road to Peace", "Technological Nightmares", "Global Poverty: Development Ethics
Meets Global Justice", "Mexico's Development Strategy Since 1983: Results and Changes", and many more.
It will also provide a host of full-time and short courses linked to an MSc qualification for students in Bioethics, Human Rights and Development Ethics