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Business Ethics: How to Design and Manage Ethical Organizations
Denis Collins
ISBN: 978-0-470-63994-8


Instructor and student resources for Collins’s Business Ethics are available on the password-protected companion websites at www.wiley.com/college/collins.

Resources include:

  • Videos: Set of short video clips from CBS News helps students visualize critical issues discussed in the text and the cases as well as provides an excellent starting point for lectures and general classroom discussion.
  • Video Guide: Contains a brief description of the videos and 2-5 discussion questions with answers relating the video to content in the text.
  • Instructor’s Manual: Offers helpful teaching ideas, advice on course development, sample assignments, and chapter–by–chapter text highlights, learning objectives, lecture outlines, class exercises, lecture notes, answers to end–of–chapter material, and tips on using cases.
  • Test Bank: Contains approximately 80 questions per chapter, including multiple-choice, true/false, and short essay questions with suggested responses.
  • Websites to Explore: This section provides four types of links to websites related to the chapter topic.
  • PowerPoint Slides: Provides lecture/interactive slides for each chapter to enhance students’ overall experience in the management classroom.
  • Web Quizzes: Students will have the ability to test themselves on text concepts and content with 15–25 questions per chapter, including true/false and multiple–choice questions.
  • Management Weekly UpdatesThis free news blog is updated every Monday morning with the most current and relevant news stories for your management courses. Each week, five new articles are posted, along with source information, discussion questions, and textbook topic references. Learn more at wileymanagementupdates.com.

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“Chapter 3, Hiring Ethical Candidates is very informative and applicable. I like the section on ethical screening: it's not black and white or easy. This is well presented. Very good examples (e.g., p. 12). The section on Background Checks is absolutely fabulous. This is missing from most texts I have considered.”
Michael Littman,
Buffalo State College