Institutional ethics is concerned with the way in which people should conduct themselves within institutions. It is based on the assumption that individual responses to ethical issues are “necessarily constrained or supported” within organisations, and it is easier to act ethically in a culture that is deemed ethical than one that is not. Institutional ethics needs to be built into the operations and core decision-making processes of organisations.
Institutional Ethics Paves the Path towards Professionalism
By: Belay Abera
Published On: December 29, 2018