This book will prove valuable for students of business, business decision-makers and members of the community seeking to understand the processes behind everyday business decisions and how they are judged when they are found wanting. Drawing on his experience in the field of accounting and litigation, the author considers the beliefs, assumptions and values of the community, inviting us to reflect upon our decision-making.
Eric Easton began his professional career with the large accounting firm Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers). For most of his professional career he has been an expert witness in civil and criminal cases dealing with aspects of unethical business conduct, many relating to the high profile company collapses of the 1980s.
'In the tradition of the Gospels, Eric Easton asks challenging questions. What will reward students are the journeys he challenges us to take in making moral choices for ourselves.' Rev'd Tim Costello
'Ethical issues are the concern of every member of an organisation, not just the Board. Each member should play a part in building an ethical culture which is a support mechanism for all.' Ken Jarrett, Managing Director, Allans Music Australia Pty Ltd
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