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|Introducing Straight Talk About Managing Business Ethics: Where We're Going and Why|
|Ethics and the Individual|
|Deciding What's Right: A Prescriptive Approach|
|Deciding What's Right: A Psychological Approach|
|Common Ethical Problems|
|Managing Ethics in the Organization|
|Ethics as Organizational Culture|
|Managing Ethics ... MORE|
|Managing for Ethical Conduct|
|Ethical Problems of Managers|
|Organizational Ethics and Social Responsibility|
|Corporate Social Responsibility|
|Ethical Problems of Organizations|
|Managing for Ethics and Social Responsibility in a Global Business Environment|
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Katherine A. Nelson is currently on the faculty of the Fox School of Business and Management, Temple University, where she teaches business ethics, introduction to management, and “HR on the Ground,” a course she designed that was named one of “Ten College Courses That Pay Off at Work” (U.S. News & World Report, April 26, 2010). She also has taught business ethics to executive MBAs at the University of Delaware and to executives at Wharton Executive Education at the University of Pennsylvania. (She was a senior fellow in ethics at the Wharton School for several years in the early 1990s.) In 2010, she was honored with the Fox School’s annual Andrisani-Frank Award for Excellence in Teaching. Kate enjoyed a thirty-year career in business before transitioning to academia. She was a principal and communications practice leader for Mercer Human Resources Consulting in Philadelphia, where she managed a 19-person team of consultants delivering services to Mercer’s clients in southeastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and upstate New York. Earlier, she was vice president and head of worldwide HR communication at Citicorp in New York and has held similar positions at a subsidiary of Merrill Lynch and at Honeywell. The ethics game she created at Citicorp, The Work Ethic, was awarded the Gold Quill of Excellence by the International Association of Business Communicators. The Work Ethic and similar games she developed have been used in numerous business schools including Harvard, Wharton, Columbia, Oxford, and INSEAD; and by numerous organizations including NASA, General Electric, and J.P. Morgan. Kate received her B.A. from the College of Mount St. Vincent in New York City and is completing graduate work in human resources management at Temple University.