NOC:The Ethical Corporation


Lecture 1 - What is a Corporation


Lecture 2 - Ethical Corporation


Lecture 3 - What is Ethics


Lecture 4 - Law and Ethics, and Responsibilities


Lecture 5 - Why should a Corporation be Ethical


Lecture 6 - Normative Ethical Theories : Utilitarianism


Lecture 7 - Normative Ethical Theories : Deontological Ethics


Lecture 8 - Normative Ethical Theories : Rights and Justice


Lecture 9 - Normative Ethical Theories : Virtue Ethics


Lecture 10 - Normative Ethical Theories : Care Ethics


Lecture 11 - Managing Ethics within the Corporation


Lecture 12 - Managing Ethics within the Organization : Formal Approach


Lecture 13 - Managing Ethics within a Corporation : Formal and Informal Approach


Lecture 14 - How to Manage Inter - Personal Ethical Misconduct at Workplace


Lecture 15 - How to Apply Ethics


Lecture 16 - Understanding Corporate Governance


Lecture 17 - Conflicts and Key Elements in Corporate Governance


Lecture 18 - Specific Areas of Concern in Corporate Governance and Countermeasures - I


Lecture 19 - Specific Areas of Concern in Corporate Governance and Countermeasures - II


Lecture 20 - Concluding Session on Corporate Governance


Lecture 21 - Investing in Human relations: Employees as stakeholders and Investors of Human Capital


Lecture 22 - Employer-employee: Duties and rights from both sides


Lecture 23 - Organization model and employer-employee relation


Lecture 24 - Some specific issues in employer-employee relationship


Lecture 25 - Employees All Over the World


Lecture 26 - The Ethical Corporation : Natural Environment


Lecture 27 - Corporate Obligations to Natural Environment through the Laws


Lecture 28 - Corporate Obligations to Natural Environment through Appeal to Business Sense and Strategy


Lecture 29 - Corporate Obligations to Natural Environment on Ethical Grounds


Lecture 30 - Environmental Obligations : What Can an Ethical Corporation Do?


Lecture 31 - Consumers as Stakeholders and Consumer Protection


Lecture 32 - Ethics of Consumer Protection


Lecture 33 - Consumer ethics: Duty of a Corporation in marketing communication and promotion


Lecture 34 - Consumer ethics: Ethical issues in Marketing Management


Lecture 35 - Consumer Ethics: Duty of the Consumers


Lecture 36 - Competitors as Stakeholders and Fiar Competition


Lecture 37 - What is NOT Fair Competition


Lecture 38 - Competitors as Stakeholders; Global Competition


Lecture 39 - Suppliers as Stakeholders : Ethics in Supply Chain


Lecture 40 - Competitors and Suppliers : What can an Ethical Corporation Do?