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3rd Edition

Business, Society, and Government Essentials
Strategy and Applied Ethics




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ISBN 9781032020334
May 17, 2022 Forthcoming by Routledge
576 Pages 62 Color Illustrations

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Book Description

Understanding the interrelationship of business, society and government is vital to working at any level in an organization of any size. This text develops strategic management skills using an applied ethics approach primarily through a case study analysis pedagogy to develop and implement ethical strategies in today’s high-tech global community.

The authors crystallize the complex array of issues that business leaders, managers, and employees face in market and nonmarket environments, from balancing stakeholder interests and dealing with government regulations to managing crises and making socially responsible and ethical decisions. Technical concepts come to life through a variety of cases and case questions, thought-provoking personal and professional applications, ethical dilemmas, and practical exercises. Furthermore, an appendix offers approaches to case analysis and includes a case analysis table that serves as a model for students and professors. Thoroughly revised and updated, the third edition includes discussions on the influence of globalization and technology, the impact of COVID-19 and greater focus on developing ethical strategies.

With its thorough coverage of relevant issues and skill-building elements to stimulate critical thinking, this text will engage and prepare students to understand and confront real-world business issues by developing and implementing ethical strategies through case analysis of companies and analysis of organizational ethical dilemmas.

Table of Contents

1. The Business, Society, and Government Ethical Interrelationship Stakeholder Environment  2. Strategic Stakeholder and Ethical Public Affairs, Issues, and Crisis Management  3. Employees, Stockholders, and Corporate Governance  4. Corporate Social Responsibility, Citizenship, and Diversity  5. Busiess Ethics  6. Community, Consumerism, and the Media  7. Strategies of Societal and Business Interest Groups  8. Lawmaking and Political Strategies  9. Law Enforcing and Regulatory Strategies  10. Law Interpreting, Antitrust, and Judiciary Strategies  11. The Global Environment

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Biography

Robert N. Lussier is Professor of Management at Springfield College, USA. He has written more than 475 publications and his articles have been published in journals such as Business Horizons, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice and Family Business Review. Dr. Lussier is the founder of Publish Don’t Perish (www.publishdonotperish.com) and through contact, his Publish Don’t Perish: The Top Secrets to Get Published book, and workshops has helped hundreds of institutions and individuals in 80+ countries get published. Dr. Lussier also consults to a wide array of commercial and nonprofit organizations including Baystate Medical Center and Coca-Cola.

Herbert Sherman is a Professor of Strategic Management at Long Island University-Brooklyn, USA. He has published over 110 articles (predominately cases), 13 books (one currently in rewrite) and has contributed cases, book chapters, and articles to an additional 14 publications.  He has served as editor to three journals (New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management and The Case Journal), as well as Senior Editor of the Journal of International Academy of Case Studies and continues to serve as a reviewer for several journal publications.  Dr. Sherman has served as Director of the School of Business and Professional Studies at Southampton College and Chair of the Department of Business at Long Island University-Brooklyn.