Joseph’s “career” (if we may call it that) begins with his brothers throwing him in a pit to die, then changing their minds and selling him to foreign traders as a slave instead.
Looking for a surefire test for the ethics of any stratagem? Ask whether it will receive praise or condemnation when shouted from the rooftops.
How do those of us who work in other businesses handle the dilemma of Sabbath-keeping in a 24/7 environment?
Times like these remind us that our hope is in God alone…
We are in great need of leaders in business, finance and in the classroom who will take a different path….
The right way to make money is the old-fashioned way—honest work, done a day at a time.
CIB’s weekly Business Parable. From a biblical perspective, entrepreneurship = banking on grace.
Research shows that men tend to have more lenient ethical standards than women, a challenge for sustainable business.
Ever since Michael Porter and Mark Kramer published their article on “Creating Shared Value” (CSV), I felt that this was a major step, possibly even a breakthrough in redirecting the debate on the purpose of business.
Six reasons why international business remains dangerous to workers and the environment, even when its leaders genuinely want to do better.