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Organizational Moral Learning

A Communication Approach, 1st Edition

By Ryan S. Bisel

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266 pages | 8 B/W Illus.

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Description

Winner of two National Communication Association awards:

Communication Ethics Division's 2018 Single-Author Book of the Year Award

Organizational Communication Division's 2018 Outstanding Book of the Year Award

Extensive work in psychology and neuroscience reveals that individuals are born with moral intuitions, and this volume capitalizes on that recent insight to provide a new perspective on how to lead organizational ethics. Organizational Moral Learning presents communication-based recommendations for managers and leaders to encourage authentic moral dialogue at work so that these discussions can be used to update work practices vigilantly as organizations strive for ethical excellence. Organizational ethics are crucial to individual, organizational, national, and even global well-being, and this work leads a revolution in thinking about how to manage organizational ethics. Written accessibly for students and practitioners alike, this book provides a leading-edge look at organizational ethics based on science and research applicable to a worldwide audience.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Rethinking Organizational Ethics Training

Chapter 2. Moral Intuition: Advances in Moral Psychology and Neuroscience

Chapter 3: The Social Intuitionist Model

Chapter 4: Communication and the New Organizational Ethics

Chapter 5: How Cultur(ing) Works

Chapter 6: Pluralistic Moral Ignorance and Spirals of Silent Misdirection

Chapter 7: Here-and-Now Ethics Talk in the Workplace

Chapter 9: Sensemaking and Identity: What to Expect from Moral Reasoning

Chapter 8: Substituting Here-and-Now Ethics Talk

Chapter 10: Organizational Learning and Organizational Communication

Chapter 11: From Individual Moral Intuition to Organizational Moral Learning

Chapter 12: Organizing for Moral Mindfulness

Chapter 13: Stories of Organizational Moral Learning and Ignorance

Chapter 14: Communication Practices for Managing Moral Mindfulness

References

About the Author

Ryan S. Bisel is an Associate Professor of Organizational Communication at the University of Oklahoma. His research interests focus primarily on issues surrounding leadership communication, organizational culture, and behavioral ethics.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
LAN004000
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Communication Studies