Press Release: Ethical Infrastructure: The Road to Moral Management

Ethical Infrastructure: The Road to Moral Management 

By Jana Nadoh Bergoč, Dana Mesner Andolšek 

Cambridge Scholars Publishing 

Release Date: 19th June 2019

This book deals with the field of organization management and is based on the scientific discoveries of business ethics, which introduce concepts in organization research that traditionally did not merit a place in managerial theories. These include the issues of organization ethics, ethics management, and the development and implementation of ethical infrastructures within organizations. The book analyses the impact that all of the above have on the moral behaviour of managers and other members of organizations. It shows the presence and development of ethical infrastructures in organizations, the relationship between individual elements of the existing ethical infrastructures, and their effect on the moral behaviour of managers in companies.

The subject of ethical infrastructures is a unique and under-researched area. This book will serve to diminish this gap by providing a clear overview of a variety of subjects that influence the way ethics is institutionalized in organizations and by stimulating not just knowledge, but also an understanding of the concept of ethical infrastructure and the place it has within each individual organization.

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Jana Nadoh Bergoč is an entrepreneur and holds a PhD in Human Resource Management. Since 2009, she has worked as a consultant for several business consultancies, and is currently employed as a project manager at the Regional Development Agency Green Karst, Ltd., dealing with local, regional, national and international projects, mostly in the area of human resources and entrepreneurship. Since 2014, she has also been a directress of her own company, PRO PER. She has published several scientific and professional articles on the subjects of human resource management, business ethics and organizational communication.

Dana Mesner Andolšek was awarded a PhD from the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, in 1992. In 2016, she was awarded the status of Full Professor in Organizational Sociology at the same institution. She has published 12 books, and has written over 40 scientific and professional articles. Her latest book, co-authored with Robert Šumi, The Integrity of the Servant Leader, was published in 2017.

For ordering: orders@cambridgescholars.com

For further information on the book contact Cambridge Scholars at:

james.brittain@cambridgescholars.com

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