Business Leadership Review 9.4

In this issue, Professor Roger Gill evaluates the moral value of trust in leaders as being central to effective leadership; Professor Paul George Claudel explores what is meant by “corruption” and why it is seen as unethical and damaging; Professor Pierre Casse examines how corruption can easily proliferate within organisations if it is not remedied and, in his regular Casse's Corner, considers whether we are all, in truth, corruptible.

Publication date: 13 October 2012
Author: Association of MBAs
Price: Free

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