Activities per year
One need only turn on the news or briefly peruse the daily headlines to see countless examples and evidences of ethical failures in all aspects of our daily lives. The impacts of these ethical missteps can be far reaching, often with everyone in society paying the price in some way. Furthermore, with an increasingly interconnected and complex globalized world, we have communication technologies that allow for the instant sharing of information, along with a citizenry hungry to consume the next big scandal. Once more, increasingly complex technological integration of previously isolated systems has created ever more complex systems that are increasingly sensitive to the surrounding environment. This can often result in a chain reaction effect of one seemingly small and isolated ethical blunder that can then have wide-ranging societal impacts.
|Title of host publication||The Organizational and Business Ethics Imperative|
|Editors||Jonathan H. Westover|
|Publisher||Organization Studies, a book imprint by Common Ground Publishing|
|ISBN (Print)||161229779X, 978-1612297798|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
The Islamic Contribution to the Management of Human Capital: Lessons for Contemporary Society from the Work Ethic of the Early Islamic PeriodKasim Randeree (Speaker)
17 Jul 2008
Activity: Talk or presentation › Oral presentation
Research Output per year
The Islamic Contribution to the Management of Human Capital: Lessons for Contemporary Society from the Work Ethic of the Early Islamic PeriodRanderee, K., Jul 2008, (Unpublished).
Research output: Contribution to conference › Abstract
Randeree, K. (2015). An Islamic Perspective on Economic and Social Justice. In J. H. Westover (Ed.), The Organizational and Business Ethics Imperative (pp. 235-244). Organization Studies, a book imprint by Common Ground Publishing.